A library card is free to anyone who lives, works, owns property, attends school, or is retired from employment in Nashua! Spouses and children of Nashua employees (or retired employees) and property-owners are also eligible for free cards.
To get a card you will need a photo ID and proof that you live, work or go to school here. If you don’t have a photo ID please ask a staff member what options you have for getting a card.
If you don’t qualify for a free card you can still get one for an annual fee of $60. We still need to see a photo ID (or two alternative forms of ID) showing their name and address.
Those who reside in shelters or temporary housing in Nashua may obtain cards. They must present something in writing which indicates they reside at the temporary housing.
For more details on what you need to get a card and other rules and restrictions please read our full circulation policy or ask for more information at the front desk.