For the first time ever, you can apply for a Multnomah County Library card to access electronic resources online.
This new library card will give you access e-books, audiobooks, magazines and music from home. You can even stream movies and documentaries for free.
Library cards are free to residents of Multnomah County and many nearby areas. You can get a free library card for digital access if you are a resident of:
- Clackamas County, Oregon – except for Johnson City
- Hood River County, Oregon
- Washington County, Oregon
- Clark County, Washington
- Klickitat County, Washington
- Skamania County, Washington
- Yale Precinct, Cowlitz County, Washington
- Cities of Ariel, Cougar or Woodland, Cowlitz County, Washington
To register for a new Multnomah County Library online card, go to Sign up for a library card, fill out the form with your current information, and click send.
You will receive an email shortly after with your temporary library card number. This number can be used to instantly access the online content library. Even if you have existing late fees you can sign up for this digital content.
With this online library card, you’ll be able to borrow up to 50 items at a time and stream up to 25 items per month.
This special digital access is available for temporary use. The online library card will expire in 6 months. When your closest library reopens, stop by to finish your registration and get your permanent library card.
For more information, visit Multnomah County Library’s website.
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