Fill out this form to get a Great River Regional Library eCard. Library eCards are free to Great River Regional Library residents. eCards give you limited access to digital library services, including requesting library materials online. Please allow up to two business days for your online application to be verified.
If you would like to check out books, DVDs, or more, bring your ID and proof of address to any of the 32 GRRL libraries to update your account. Please note that GRRL2Go in Sartell is not a full service branch library. If you apply online, you will be asked for identification when you come in to pick up your library card. If the address on your ID is not current, you will need to bring some proof of residency.
Fill out the form below to apply for your eCard. Fields marked with an asterisk (*) are required.
Hello Delano Intermediate School Students,
The Delano Public Library is excited to partner with your school to help you get a public library card you can use this summer. We are the library on Railroad Avenue by the post office.
Do you live in one of these counties: Wright, Benton, Morrison, Sherburne, Stearns, or Todd?
You are eligible for a Great River Regional Library card.
Fill out the online registration form to have a library card sent to your media specialist Jen Trujillo. She will then deliver the new library card to your home room teacher before Wednesday, May 31.
If you live in Hennepin County, or a county not listed here, then call the Delano Library at 763.972.3467 to learn how to use the Great River Regional Library system.
GRRL Cardholder Responsibilities:
In accordance with Minnesota Statute 13.40 Subd. 2. all Great River Regional Library circulation and other records which indicate the identity of library users, especially as they connect library users with materials or services used, are confidential. This confidentiality extends to information sought or borrowed, database search records, Internet sites, reference interviews, circulation records, registration records (except name), and all other personally identifiable uses of library materials, facilities or services. A library may release reserved materials to a family member or other person who resides with a library patron and who is picking up the material on behalf of the patron. A patron may request that reserved materials be released only to the patron.