Getting a Library Card

Eligibility for a Library Card

Library cards are free to all people who live or own property in the Resort Municipality of Whistler.

Photo ID and proof of current Whistler mailing address is required to register.

Residents of the Lower Mainland and Surrounding Area

Library cards are also free to all residents who live within the InterLINK system, which includes Bowen Island, Burnaby, Coquitlam, Fraser Valley, Gibsons, Lillooet Area, New Westminster, North Vancouver City, North Vancouver District, Pemberton, Port Moody, Richmond, Sechelt, Squamish, Surrey, Vancouver and West Vancouver.

If you live within the InterLINK system, you can register for a library card at any other InterLINK library by presenting photo ID with proof of your current address.

BC OneCard

A library card from your home public library opens the door to public libraries wherever you travel - or stay - in British Columbia.

Take your Whistler Public Library card along with photo ID with your current address to any public library in the province and ask for a BC OneCard decal.

Likewise, if you are visiting Whistler from another part of the province you can borrow materials from our collection by presenting your home public library card and photo ID with your current address.  We will register you in our system and add the BC OneCard decal to your home library card.

Visitors from Outside BC

If you are visiting Whistler from outside of BC you may purchase a visitor's membership for $10 for the length of your stay.