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Get a Library Card

Shorewood-Troy Public Library District residents can click/tap the button to get a new library card online. Fill out the short form and receive your new library e-card in your email within minutes! If you already have a Shorewood-Troy Library card, you will receive an email reminding you of your barcode and PIN.


Save Your E-Card in the Library App

To easily save and access your e-card, download the Shorewood-Troy Library app from Google Play or the App Store. Click on My Account and enter the barcode and PIN (last 4 digits of barcode). Voila! Your e-card is permanently saved in the app for easy item access.

Additional Details

  • You must be a resident of the Shorewood-Troy Public Library District or a student in Troy 30-C, Minooka 201 or Joliet 204 school districts.
  • For a physical library card, bring 2 forms of ID (one with a current photo and one with your address, eg. a piece of mail or a bill) to the main floor circulation desk.
  • Cards are good for 3 years and must be renewed in person.
  • Children ages 5-17 can get a card if a parent/guardian signs the application. Cards have the same privileges as adult cards, except for internet access, which may be restricted by the parent/guardian.
  • Children under age 5 can get a 1000 Books Before Kindergarten card.

The Library Link programStudents of Troy 30-C, Minooka 201 and Joliet 204 school districts receive a library card as part of their school registration. Cards allow students access to Shorewood-Troy Public Library resources, 24-7!

Students who are Joliet Public Library District residents, get your card through the Joliet site.

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1,000 Books Before Kindergarten helps parents and other caregivers develop early literacy skills in children from birth to age four. Sign up in person in the Children’s Department; then track all your reading online through Beanstack.