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General Inquiries, North Perth Public Library
Email North Perth Public Library

T: 519-291-4621
F: 519-291-2235


Become a Member

Getting a Library Card:

  1. Bring a piece of identification that has your current address on it to your local branch of the North Perth Public Library. Examples: drivers license, piece of mail, healthcard, rent receipt, etc.
  2. Children aged 12 and under will be required to have a parent apply and sign for their membership.
  • Through our partnership with member libraries of the Perth County Information Network (PCIN)  the library will serve all residents of Perth County and all residents residing within the geographic area of the Municipality of North Perth.
  • A FREE library card will be issued to tax payers of the Municipality of North Perth, employees of North Perth businesses, students at North Perth schools, or residents within municipalities with which the Library has "reciprocal borrowing" agreements (see below).    
  • Your library card is a permanent card and is renewable biyearly.

Lost Cards

  • There is a $5 replacement charge for lost library cards. Please bring other identification with you.

Renewing Your Library Card

  • Every two years, you will have to renew your library card.  You can renew by visiting your local branch or calling your local branch during their operating hours.
  • Log into your library account in the catalogue and click on "My Settings" in the top right corner to see when your library card expires.

Reciprocal Borrowing:

Residents of Perth County, Huron County, Oxford County, Wellington County, Middlesex County, and the Region of Waterloo have free access to the North Perth Public Library.  Just bring your identification to any branch of NPPL.

Non-Resident Borrowers:

If you do not fit into any of the categories listed above, you qualify for a non-resident/visitor card.  These cards are issued at the rate of $7/month and have a limit of 10 items per card.  Please call 519-291-4621 for more information.

See our Circulation Policy