Library Cards

For Fairfield residents

Library Cards are available free to all Fairfield residents.

With your library card you are eligible to check out books, movies, magazines, museum passes, access our databases, download books & music from our website, use the Internet and more. A Fairfield Library Card is honored at Fairfield University, Sacred Heart University, and all public libraries in Connecticut. Fairfield Residents may apply for a library card using form below:

Fairfield Residents may apply for a library card online below, or apply in person.

Fairfield Adult Residents: May use either 1: a current CT driver’s license or 2: a government issued picture ID with birth date AND one of the following as proof of current Fairfield street address: car registration; car insurance card; real estate tax bill, or any other business mail with your address.

Fairfield Residents Under 18 years Old: May use student ID along with mail addressed to them or “to the parents of” with their Fairfield address. Children accompanied by parents may use parent’s ID as proof of address.

Non-Fairfield Resident Cards: Current hometown library card plus 1: a current CT driver’s license or 2: a government issued picture ID with birth date AND one of the following as proof of current street address: car registration; car insurance card; real estate tax bill, or any other business mail with your address.

Fairfield University and Sacred Heart University Students: Must show student ID plus: 1. a current driver’s license or 2: a government issued picture ID with birth date AND one of the following as proof of current street address: car registration; car insurance card; or any other business mail with your home address.

For questions or comments, please call the Circulation Desk at 203.256.3155 or email Susan Balla, Circulation Coordinator at sballa@fplct.org.

For Fairfield residents only

Library Cards are available free to all Fairfield residents.