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Get a Library Card

  • In Person — If you meet the requirements below please stop by the Heritage Public Library during office hours. Make sure to bring a form of photo identification.

Heritage Public Library

52 4th Street

McDonald, PA 15057
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724-926-8400

Requirements to get a library card:

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  • Any person living in Washington, Greene, or Fayette County may register for a free library card.
  • Your library card is valid at all participating WAGGIN libraries.
  • You must present your library card each time you borrow materials or use library computers.
  • Library cards are renewed every 3 years.
  • A valid driver’s license or other form of photo identification is necessary.
  • A verifiable written form of identification, including current, permanent address, is needed to apply for a library card.
  • Children under 12 are eligible for a library card with parental signature and identification.
  • Resident students attending a Washington, Greene, or Fayette County college may register for a 1 year library card with proper student identification.
  • Library cards are not transferable.

    Non-residents of Washington, Greene, or Fayette County are welcome to:

    • Use their Access PA Library Card OR
    • Register by paying an annual fee of $10.00
    • Lost or damaged library card – $2.00
    • Fines are not collected at this time; you will be instead billed for the total price of the item after 30-45 days.

    Borrowing Policies

    • Most materials may be borrowed for 14 days
    • Most materials may be renewed up to 2 times at the library, by telephone, or online. Materials will renew automatically two times unless they are on hold by another patron.
    • Most materials may be returned inside the library or book drop
    • You must present your library card each time you borrow materials or use library computers.
    • Library card holder is responsible for all materials checked out on the card; payment of any fines or fees for overdue, damaged, lost or stolen materials; reporting a lost card immediately; and providing prompt notice of address change.
    • Contact your library for more information, 724-926-8400