A free LaGrange Library card is available to all residents who live or own property in LaGrange or any of the five counties in the Mid-Hudson Library System: Dutchess, Putnam, Ulster, Greene, and Columbia. Library cards are valid for 3 years and may be renewed.
Apply online to receive a temporary library card number and instructions to set up a PIN. This card will allow you to check out all of the online resources that we offer for 30 days. You will need to visit the Library in person and present your photo ID with your current address (e.g. driver’s license) or proof of your current address, if different than your photo ID, to get a physical card which you can use for unlimited access to our online resources and to check out materials.
Apply in Person
Stop in the Library to fill out an application and present your photo ID with your current address (e.g. driver’s license) or proof of your current address, if different than your photo ID.
Children under 18 years of age must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian to co-sign and provide photo ID and proof of residence. The parent or legal guardian is also required to have their own library card.
Temporary residents may apply for a library card by filling out an application and presenting their photo ID and proof of temporary residence. Temporary cards are valid for 3 months and may be renewed.
Non-Residents, or those who reside outside of the Mid-Hudson Library System service area, may obtain a LaGrange Library card for a $25 annual fee by filling out an application and presenting their photo ID with their current address. Non-Resident library cards are valid for 1 year and may be renewed.