Getting a Card

Residents of the Cobleskill-Richmondville School District and near surrounding areas are welcome to register for a Library Card. Your card gets you access to all of the latest titles in print, audiobooks, blockbuster films, and up to two hours of internet use per day!

To get a library card, register in person with photo ID (government issued, preferably) and mail you’ve received recently at your address within the Cobleskill-Richmondville School District. A parent or guardian with a library card in good standing may register their child for a card of their own. Older teens can bring in photo ID and mail from home with a registration completed by their parent or guardian.

You can sign up for a temporary library card online by following this link. You can use that account number to access our digital content through the Libby app. After registering online, visit the library in person within 60 days to complete the registration process and receive your permanent library card.

Items borrowed are the responsibility of the borrower. Fees for late items, damages and replacements may apply. Though we try very hard to catch damaged items as they come in, please let us know as soon as possible if an item you’ve checked out is damaged, otherwise you may end up being held responsible. Please report lost or stolen cards immediately so that we can protect access to your account. Fees will be charged for replacement cards. Cards must be readable by our scanners in order to borrow and pay fees.