What do I need to get a Waterford Township Library Card?

You need to be a resident of or own property in Waterford Township or Lake Angelus in order to obtain a Waterford Township Public Library card.  Library cards are issued at the circulation desk. A valid ID showing your current Waterford or Lake Angelus address is needed at the time of registration. If your ID has not been updated or if you have not received your Michigan ID, we will accept documentation showing that you own or reside in Waterford or Lake Angelus or a utility bill dated within the last 30-days. All documentation must be in your name and show your current address.  

You can register for a library card remotely by completing this online application. Library cards issued remotely are valid for thirty days, but they are valid for three years upon on-site renewal.

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1. What do I need to get a Waterford Township Library Card?
2. What is my PIN?
3. How old do you have to be to get a library card?
4. Do I need to have my library card with me to check-out items?
5. If I live in another community may I get a card to use your library?
6. May I return Waterford library items to another library, and may I return another library's items to the Waterford library.
7. If I lose a book and have to pay for it, why do I also have to pay overdue fines?
8. Does the library accept donations of used books?
9. May I check out the books that are on display in the lobby?
10. I am going on vacation. Is it possible to get a longer check-out period?