How do I obtain a library card?

If you live in American Fork, there is not a charge for a library card. You need to bring in current picture ID and something with your current American Fork address. If your ID doesn’t show your current AF address, then a piece of recently delivered mail or digital account with your name and current American Fork address on it will work. You can pre-register for a library card on our online catalog and then come to the library to finish your registration.

If you do not live in, but own property in American Fork, you must present your current year property tax notice.

If you do not live or own property in American Fork, you will need to purchase a library card. The nonrefundable fees are:

  • $80 per year
  • $45 for 6 months
  • $25 for 3 months

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1. How is COVID-19 affecting the Library?
2. How do I obtain a library card?
3. Do I need a card to check out books?
4. How many books can I check out?
5. How long can I keep the books?
6. Can I renew my books?
7. What fees does the Library charge?
8. Is there an app for that?
9. How much will I have to pay if my books are returned late?
10. If I find a ripped or loose page in a book I checked out, can I just tape it?
11. Does the Library have Wi-Fi?
12. Can I use a computer and/or print at the Library?
13. If you don’t have a book I need, what can I do?
14. Do you have any eBooks?
15. Can I use my debit or credit card to pay my fines and fees?
16. Do you have an outside / after hours book drop?
17. Am I notified if I have overdue items?
18. What if I am not receiving emails from the library and I have given them my email address?
19. Can I reply to notices I receive from the library?
20. Do you have reading programs for children?
21. What is reciprocal borrowing / North Utah County Library Cooperative?
22. Does the Library have a community bulletin board?
23. What is the Library's Mission Statement?
24. What can I do to help the library?
25. Do you accept donations?