What Items Are Accepted As Proof Of Residence?

The easiest way to show your residence when applying for a library card is to use a driver's license with your current address. The library will also accept photo identification plus: Checkbook with name and current address Current lease with name and address Mail, provided it includes your name, current address, and is postmarked within the last 30 days

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1. Can I Pay My Fees Online?
2. Can I pay My Fees With a Credit Card or Debit Card?
3. Can I Recommend to the Library to Purchase An Item
4. Can I Renew An Item I Already Have Checked Out?
5. Can I Use a Library Computer If I Have Fees On My Account?
6. Can I Use My Non-Fitchburg Library Card At Your Library?
7. Can You Help Me Get Items From Other Libraries?
8. How Do I Dispute a Fee On My Account?
9. How Do I Get a Library Card?
10. How Do I Reserve Books, Movies, or CDs?
11. How Long Can I Keep Items I Have Checked Out?
12. What Are Your Late Fees?
13. What If I Forgot My PIN?
14. What If My Card Is Lost Or Stolen?
15. What Items Are Accepted As Proof Of Residence?
16. Can I Reserve Meeting Space At the Library?
17. What Are Your Hours?
18. Do I Need to Register For Programs?
19. Does the Library Offer Proctoring Service?
20. How can I donate materials to the library?
21. Do you have meeting rooms and is there a cost?
22. Can I post a flyer in the library?