How Do I

Get a Library Card

Initial Library Cards are free; replacements are $2 unless the fee is waived for damage or theft (ask a staff member for details).

Visit any Audubon Regional Library branch to fill out a short library card application. For parish residents, bring a Driver’s License with current address, or other state or school ID with address listed. If no address is listed on the ID, show received mail, rent/utility bill receipt, or lease agreement with address. See a staff member about out-of-parish reciprocal borrower cards.

Library cards are due for renewal every (5) years; you can keep your card unless you’d like to purchase a replacement.

Request a Meeting Space

Contact the branch location at which you’re interested in meeting, with your library card number available. Branch phone numbers can be found within the Branches & Hours section of the Website.

Meeting Spaces are available to nonprofit groups and individuals, for non-commercial purposes, with a library card holder in good standing.

Ask a staff member about group size limits and available equipment for meeting use at the location.

Attend Free Classes & Events

Browse our Events Calendar or contact a branch for information on upcoming programs at the library.

Event descriptions will specify if a program requires registration in advance.

Use Printing/Copying/Faxing Services

Visit any branch to access computer stations with Internet connection and printing capabilities.

Enjoy complementary Wifi service through the library’s network, available at each branch location. Patrons can print from their own devices through logging in with their library card number to the Wifi printing sites below:

Clinton Wifi Printing Jackson Wifi Printing Greensburg Wifi Printing

Black and White Prints/Copies - $.10 per page side

Color Prints/Copies - $.50 per page side

All branches provide faxing as well, with a sending or receiving cost of $1/page.


Public library locations in Clinton, Jackson, & Greensburg!