Get a Library Card

Library Cards for Residents:

Anyone who lives within the Madison School District boundaries and/or pays property tax to the Madison Library District qualifies for a resident library card. BYU-Idaho students and Sunbirds living in the library’s geographical boundaries also qualify for a resident card.

The Madison Library District includes all of Madison County except Plano, Salem, and Sugar City. The following communities are in our district:

  • Rexburg (city limits)
  • Hibbard
  • Lyman
  • Thornton
  • Archer
  • some sections of Menan (check your property tax bill to see if you’re paying library taxes to the Madison Library District)
Get a Library Card

Library Cards for LiLI Express Patrons and Non-Residents:

If you do not qualify for a resident library card, you can get a free LiLI Express – Reciprocal Borrowing card if you pay library taxes to a library that is a member of LiLI Express, a statewide reciprocal borrowing program of the Idaho Commission for Libraries. If you do not pay library taxes anywhere, you can purchase a non-resident card for $60 per family per year or $32 per family for 6 months.

The following communities are outside our district boundaries:

  • Sugar City
  • Salem
  • Newdale
  • Plano
  • some sections of Menan (check your property tax bill to see if you’re paying library taxes to the Madison Library District)
  • Fremont County
  • Jefferson County

How Do I Get a Card?

  • Sign up for a new card online. In the Online Catalog, click on My Account, then New User;
  • Bring your identification and proof of address to the library to get your card.

Acceptable Forms of Identification

Please bring a picture ID and something which shows your current address, such as:

  • Driver’s License
  • Bill or Statement
  • Rental Contract
  • U.S. Passport
  • Voter Registration Card
  • Property owners may bring the latest property tax notice showing library taxes being paid to the Madison Library District.

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