A full access CADL card is the key to unlocking valuable library services, including public computers, digital downloads, online learning tools, and a large collection of books, movies, music and more.
Full access cards are free to residents of our service area and are good for four years. Businesses and institutions are also eligible. Non-residents may purchase a full access card for an annual fee.
To get a full access card, bring a current photo ID with proof of address to any CADL branch. Get started right now by getting a Trial Card. Children under age 18 must be accompanied by their parent or guardian.
A free trial card is a great introduction to CADL services. It gives you access to all our digital services, allows you to place holds on up to three items in our physical collections, and speeds up the process of applying for a full access card. A trial card is good for 21 days, and may be used by both residents and non-residents. Get details here.
Children of any age may have their own CADL cards. We offer two different kinds of youth cards. Find more information here.
Cardholders agree to be financially responsible for anything checked out on that card, including overdue fines. Allowing others to use your card is done at your own risk.
You are responsible for providing CADL with current contact information (address, phone number and email address). We will not sell or share this information.