With a Washington County Cooperative Library Services (WCCLS) library card, you will have access to items across the county's 16 locations. You can use your card at any WCCLS library and access eBooks, streaming, and other online resources from home.
Who can get a library card?
Residents of Washington, Multnomah, and Clackamas Counties in Oregon or Clark, Klickitat, and Skamania Counties in Washington can get a WCCLS library card for free.
Those who live outside the service area described above may obtain a WCCLS library card for an annual user fee of $140.00. A free "courtesy card" may be issued to non-residents who can provide evidence that they work or attend school within Beaverton city limits.
Applications are available in English, Spanish, Arabic, Chinese, Korean, Vietnamese, Japanese, Russian, Dari, Hindi, Khmer, Pashto, Somali, and Tagalog.
You will need to bring photo ID and proof of address. If your photo ID does not have your current address, a piece of mail or other online verification may serve as proof of address.
I have a card. Now what?
Great! You can log in to your account to request materials, check due dates, renew items, and update account information.
Click the purple My Account button at the top of this webpage.
Enter your complete library card barcode without any spaces or dashes. The first time you log in, you will be asked to create a username. Going forward, you can log in with your username instead of your barcode.
Enter your password. Unsure of what that is? Try the last four digits of your phone number.
Click Log In.
When you are done, don't forget to click Log Out in the drop-down menu under your username.
Most library cards will expire every four years. In order to renew your library card, staff will need to verify that your address, phone number, and email address are current. Some accounts can be renewed over the phone; you will need to have your library card number.