Submitted by ekallok on Tue, 04/23/2024 - 15:37

Limited-Edition Library Cards

Get ‘em while you can: our new, limited-edition library cards! Available while supplies last, the first new design is “Flickers,” created by local artist Hadassah GreenSky and inspired by the importance of unity and belonging.

The card joins our current lineup of a “Free People Read Freely” card, inspired by the freedom to read; “Otto” the library’s North American River Otter mascot; and the classic card with the library logo.

Card Designs

Free People Read Freely image

Free People Read Freely

Hadassah GreenSky image

Hadassah GreenSky / Flickers

Hadassah GreenSky (she/they) is a Waganakising Odawa (Little Traverse Bay Bands) from Detroit, Michigan, who now lives in Forestville and works to better learn and grow in her vision of starting a communal trade network and sustainable community artist hub. Learn more:

Sonoma County Library Classic image

Sonoma County Library Classic

Otto image


How to Get Your Library Card

A selection of library cards is now available at your local library during open hours, while supplies last. Existing library cards may be exchanged for new designs, free of charge.

To get a new card or replace your current one, come into any Sonoma County library.

Frequently Asked Questions

If I replace my card, can I keep my old library card number?
If you would like to replace your card with a new design, you will get a new library card number.

Can I convert an eCard into a new card and still access all of the library’s digital resources?
Yes! We are happy to upgrade your eCard to a regular library account.

Is there a fee for the new card?
All library cards are free!

Can I choose the card design I want?
Yes, while supplies last.