Welcome to the Thousand Oaks Library! As a library card holder, you have many library privileges, as well as access to an entire “World Within A World” at the Grant R. Brimhall Library, Newbury Park Branch, and online at the virtual library at www.tolibrary.org.
By agreeing to have access to these privileges, you are also agreeing to your responsibility regarding the use of the library’s resources. Your Thousand Oaks Library card is an important card, similar to a credit card. Please treat it accordingly. You are responsible for all materials checked out on your card and on the card of your minor child under the age of 18. A library card is not transferable, and only you may use it.
To apply for a library card, fill out an online application or apply in person at the Library. Bring a valid photo identification listing your current residence address to complete the online application process and obtain a library card with full borrowing privileges. Anyone who lives in California may apply for a Thousand Oaks library card free of charge. Children under the age of 18 will need to have a parent present in order to get a library card.
If a library card is lost, or there is a change in address, please notify the Library immediately. Library staff will put a “stop” on all activity on a lost card, and issue a new card. A $5.00 replacement fee will be charged to replace a lost or damaged library card.
Examples of acceptable proof are:
- Valid California Driver's license, California identification card, or other Picture ID with current address (hand-written address on the back is not acceptable)
- Current Vehicle Registration
- Current Temporary Driver's License
- Current rent receipt
- Recent (60 days) utility bill
- Current property tax bill
- Current (60 days) imprinted statement, such as Mastercard or Visa
If a library card is lost, please notify the library immediately. Library staff will put a “stop” on all activity on the account, and issue a new card. A $5.00 replacement fee will be charged to replace a lost or damaged library card.Card holders may be asked at any time to present identification verifying their contact information. This process will assist library staff in keeping your patron account current.