There’s something for everyone at the library!

Your free Georgia public library card is the key to discovering and learning at your library, online, and at great places around the state.

With your library card, you can learn new job skills, go to storytime with your kids, research your next school project, learn a language, get free admission to great places across Georgia, and much more.


The easiest way to get a library card is to simply contact your local library and apply!

Get a PINES Library Card

Get a Non-PINES Library Card

Several library systems are not part of the PINES network. Visit your local library or check the links below to apply for a card in the following non-PINES library systems:

Get a PINES ecard!

If you can’t get to a library for a physical card, check out the PINES ecard.

The PINES ecard provides access to all digital resources offered at your local library, such as GALILEO, eRead Kids, Mango Languages (through GALILEO), and much more.

This important service reduces barriers to getting a library card. You can also register to vote using the ecard application!

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State Parks partnership backpack

Through our partnership with Georgia State Parks and Historic Sites, patrons can use their library card to borrow Park Passes to visit and enjoy state parks.


Through partnerships with organizations across the state, Georgia’s public libraries provide families the chance to spend time together while saving money.

With your free library card, you can check out passes for free and reduced-cost entry to places like Zoo Atlanta, Georgia State Parks & Historic Sites, The Center for Puppetry Arts, the Michael C. Carlos Museum at Emory University and more.

These partnerships are popular, so check with your local library for details and availability.

Library Value Calculator

Your library card can save you money while providing opportunities to learn and have fun with your family. Use the Library Value Calculator to see exactly how much you can save.

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This service and other Georgia Public Library Service programs are partially assisted with funds from the Library Services and Technology Act through the Institute of Museum and Library Services.