To get a Norwalk Public Library System card, a new borrower must present one type of identification from section A or two types of identification from section B, one from the identity column and one from the residency column. If the new borrower does not have a photo ID, the library card will have a limit of two items.
, if they are signed, valid (unexpired), current:
Connecticut Driver's License with current Norwalk address
Connecticut Photo ID with current Norwalk address
US passport with Norwalk address.
NOTE: Some passports do not list address in which case a residency ID is needed.
Residency ID Requirements
: Two current IDs, one from each column (view the list provided), are required.
Employer ID with photo
Alien registration with photo
School ID with photo
US Military card with photo
(Valid and current with applicants name and Norwalk address)
Norwalk tax bill (for residence, not property owned or business owned)
Utility bill dated within the last three months
Personal Mail dated within the last three months
Non-Norwalk Residents who work or attend school in Norwalk:
If you are employed or attend school in Norwalk, but are a resident of another town, you may be issued
a library card for use only in the Norwalk Public Library System that is renewable after one year.
For those who work in town, we will request a pay stub; students and teachers can present a school ID.