Card Options

  • Resident of Clackamas, Multnomah, Washington, or Hood River counties; or Fort Vancouver Regional Library District
  • Valid government-issued photo ID
  • Proof of current residential address

General cardholders may check out up to 80 items and may place up to 40 holds. Please apply in person at the library.

  • Resident of Lake Oswego and/or Clackamas County
  • Age 5 or older

An eCard grants immediate access to online resources, including eBooks and eAudiobooks. You may place up to three physical items on hold, but must upgrade to a full library card to check them out. If you already have a LINCC library card, you already have access to all available library services and do not need an eCard.

  • Educator who lives in/works in Clackamas County
  • Valid government-issued photo ID
  • Proof of current educator status

An Educator Card offers educators living in Clackamas County, or teaching at a school located in LINCC’s service area, access to more than one million items to check out for classroom use. Benefits of this card include checking out up to 80 physical items, placing up to 40 holds, keeping items for 6 weeks, and an exemption from overdue fines. Expires annually on 6/30. Apply at the Library or learn more here: Educator Resources.

  • Visitor to the area or temporary resident
  • Resident of the area but cannot provide proof of residency

Temporary cardholders may check out up to 3 items and may not place holds. Cards expire after 3 months. Please apply in person at the Library.

Lake Oswego Public Library is participating in the Oregon Library Passport Program. This is a free service that lets patrons check out items at any other participating library across the state. If you choose to participate in this program, your borrowing privileges will be determined by the participating library, and all items must be returned to the library where they were borrowed. Card expires after 1 year. Over 100 libraries across the state, including some university and college libraries are participating. See the complete list of Participating Libraries.

  • Institution in Lake Oswego (examples include schools, retirement homes, nursing homes, assisted living)
  • Proof of employment at institution as designated cardholder

Assigned to organizations instead of individuals. Holds can be picked up at your local library or shipped to the school through the Clackamas County ESD courier if eligible. Institutions may check out up to 300 items and place up to 50 holds. Cards expire annually on 6/30. Please apply in person at the Library.

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