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Have you been hearing about all the e-books, audiobooks, music, movies and more that the Klamath County libraries offer, but don’t have a library card to access them? We’ve got you covered! Any Klamath County resident can now register for a library card online.

Head to and click on the “My Account” link at the top of the page. That will take you to a login page for a library account – and a sentence up top that says “click or tap here to register now.” Fill out the form, hit submit, and you’re all set! We’ll email you a barcode that you can use to access online library partners like Hoopla, Library2Go/Libby, Kanopy, Flipster, Mango Languages, and more. Get started at, or search for one of the above names in your favorite app store.

This “digital library card” can’t be used to check out physical library materials; however, once the libraries reopen, you can convert the digital card to a regular one by visiting a library branch and presenting a photo ID.

“Stay Home, Save Lives,” but still get the most out of Klamath County libraries! For the most up-to-date information on this and other measures that Klamath County libraries are taking to help folks prevent the spread of COVID-19, visit the “frequently asked questions” page at or call 541-882-8894.