Any resident of the Longwood Central School District, 17 years of age or older, upon presentation of one current proof of residency (ie.: current driver's license, school ID, report card, recent utility or telephone bill, car registration, car insurance card, etc.) may complete an application in person and be issued a library card with full privileges and responsibilities. Library cards expire after 3 years and must be renewed in person at the Circulation Desk.
Getting a card for my child
An application for a library card for a child or teen aged 16 or younger must be completed and signed by a parent or legal guardian responsible for the minor. The parent or legal guardian, by signing the application, accepts responsibility for late or lost materials. At the time of application, the parent or legal guardian may choose whether the minor has Internet access in the library.
Where else can I use my card?
Your current Longwood Public Library card may be used at public libraries in Suffolk County.
Apply for a Digital Library Card Online
The library offers district residents an online application for library cards that grant digital-only access for a one-year period. These cards are mailed to validate the address. Cardholders who choose to come in to the library with current proof of residency are eligible to receive a full-access account. Click here to learn more about digital library cards and to apply for one.
Your Library account and password
You can access your library account online. Visit My Account or select login when searching the library catalog.
Type the barcode from the back of your library card.
Enter your password. If you do not have a password, you will need to have an email account on file with the library in order to create one.
Click Login or press Enter.
What if I lose my card?
Please report a lost card immediately. We will mark it as lost, which protects you if it is misused. You may get a replacement card for $1.
How do I renew my card?
Patrons who are renewing their library card must verify that their contact information is still valid.