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460 E New England Ave, Winter Park, FL 32789

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Winter Park Resident Card
People who live or own property within the city limits of Winter Park are entitled to a free Winter Park Resident card.

  • To sign up, you will need to bring a valid, government-issued photo ID and proof of address.
  • You may use your photo ID as proof of address if it lists your current residential address. Other valid proofs of address examples include a lease, utility bill, pay check stub, cable or cell phone bill, or checkbook. Additionally, if you own property in the city, staff may use the Orange County Property Appraiser’s website to provide proof of your address.

Children from birth to 17 years are also encouraged to sign up for a library card, but both the child and his or her parent/legal guardian must be in attendance to receive the card. The parent or guardian must provide their own photo ID and proof of address.

Please note: If your mailing address lists “Winter Park” as your city, it does NOT necessarily mean that you live within the city limits of Winter Park. You can call the Library at 407-623-3300, ext. 135, to verify whether your address is within the official city limits.

Non-resident Card
Those who are not eligible for a Resident card but who wish to access all of the Library’s services and materials can purchase a Non-resident card. This is a family card and is good for everyone in your household to use. Cards may be purchased for $75.00 for six months or $125.00 for one year.

  • To sign up, you will need to bring a valid, government-issued photo ID and proof of address.
  • You may use your photo ID as proof of address if it lists your current residential address. Other valid proofs of address examples include a lease, utility bill, pay check stub, cable or cell phone bill, or checkbook. Additionally, if you own your home, staff may use your county’s property appraiser’s website to provide proof of your address.

 

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