Check out today's library
Every day a new discovery
Today’s Gwinnett County Public Library is an AMAZING place to go for knowledge and fun. Whether you want to READ about it, LISTEN to it, WATCH it, or EXPERIENCE it — every day is a new discovery.
Instead of just checking out books, we let you check out the WORLD with FREE access to movies, online magazines — and even subscription websites. You can learn new languages, discover your family history, and add job-specific software skills to your resume.
Get your library
Who can apply?
- Residents of Gwinnett County
- Gwinnett County school employees
- Gwinnett County government and city government agency employees
- Georgia Gwinnett College and Gwinnett Technical College students, faculty, and staff
- Gwinnett County business owners – with proof of ownership
- Gwinnett County property owners – with deed or property tax bill
Where can I get one?
- When applying or verifying account information, please present proof of residency/eligibility such as:
- Valid driver’s license
- Current utility bill
- Current lease, rental agreement, or mortgage
If you are under the age of 18 you can get a full access library card with your parent or guardian’s permission.
What's a digital card?
Digital cards are available to Gwinnett students (ages 13 to 17) and residents for access to Library digital resources and branch computer access. Checkouts on this card do not include items from the library’s physical collection. A digital card may be converted to a full access card at any time with parental approval or upon age 18.
Can my organization get library cards?
Library cards are available for associations, businesses, churches, county government agencies, city government agencies, day care centers and schools located in Gwinnett County. Present the following on your organization’s letterhead with your organization’s CEO/officer’s signature to obtain an organizational card:
- A statement accepting financial responsibility for all fines and fees incurred by anyone using the card. This includes fines for late materials and replacement fees for lost and damaged materials.
- The CEO or officer’s name, job title, and work phone number.
- Non-profit organizations must include their non-profit number in order to be exempt from fines.
- Organizations must submit this information annually, as organizational cards expire one year from issue date.
Can a non-resident get a library card?
If you live outside Gwinnett and don’t qualify for a free card, you can get a non-resident card for an annual fee of $40. This fee amount is based on a Gwinnett resident’s tax contribution toward public library service. Visit your local branch to learn more about a non-resident library card.
What do I do about a replacement card?
Notify us immediately if your card is lost or stolen. Present ID in a library branch to get a replacement card.