Get a Library Card

How do I get a card?

At the library:

People of all ages can apply for a card.  To sign up, bring your driver’s license or other photo ID and proof of current mailing address, such as a recent piece of mail.  You’ll get a wallet card and keychain card.

We ask that minors without photo ID and all children under the age of 12 be accompanied by a parent/guardian to receive a card.


You can now sign up for a library card online using our website—click here to get started.  You must be 18 years or older and have a valid credit card for online registration.  There is a $1 processing fee.

Who Can Get a Card?

Residents of Craighead and Poinsett counties may get a Crowley Ridge Regional Library Card.  This card can be used at any of the libraries on our region:  Jonesboro, Caraway, Monette, Lake City, Harrisburg, Marked Tree, Weiner and Lepanto.

If you live outside our service area, you may be eligible for a card through the Gateway Project, a collection-sharing program that provides free library services to Northeast Arkansas residents who live in certain counties. To qualify for Gateway access, you must have a card and be in good standing with your local library.  Visit the library and talk to a staff member for more information about getting a Gateway Card.