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Getting and Renewing Your Library Card

How to Get Your Library Card

Library cards are free for St. Albert residents. Not a resident? Check out some other card options. To get a library card, you need to bring proof of address in the form of a driver's license, utility/property tax bill, or personal cheque to the Customer Service Desk at St. Albert Public Library. If you’re under 18 please bring your parent or guardian with you.

About Your Card

St. Albert Public Library has an individual membership system - one permanent card is issued per patron, each with a unique barcode number. You must present a valid Library card at each check out or renewal or to access your record. Library cards are free for residents of St. Albert; non-resident memberships are available for an annual fee of $70. Non-resident memberships do not have access to St. Albert Public Library's digital content.

How to Renew Your Library Card

  • In person: bring your Library card and current, valid identification to the Customer Service Desk.
  • By phone: call 780-459-1530 to renew your membership. Your membership will be renewed for eight weeks; current, valid identification must be brought in within that time and any outstanding account fees will be cleared at the same time.
  • Online membership renewals are not available at this time.