Get an Account Types of Accounts Checkout, Renew and Return Looking for immediate access to the library? Apply for a temporary account that provides limited access to library resources, like our research databases. This account is valid for only two weeks and does not include Libby/OverDrive, Kanopy or Hoopla. To upgrade to a full library […]
Posts Categorized: Library Card
New images available June 1 Congratulations to our Library Card Art Contest Winners! These new images will be available for your new library card at the start of Summer of Discovery on June 1. Thank you to everyone who participated!
Never miss a hold notice! You can sign up for text alerts for your library card. We’ll let you know when your holds are available for pickup, and when items are due or overdue. Standard texting rates apply. You can expect a larger volume of text messages with this service. How Do I Sign Up? Contact […]
Placing Holds If you have a valid library card, you can place holds on items belonging to the Flatirons Library Consortium. You can place a hold through the library’s online catalog or by telephoning 303-441-3100. You are allowed to place 25 holds at one time, and there is no charge for this service. You will […]
Thank you for participating in the art contest for the design of three new library cards depicting the 2019 Summer of Discover Program theme: “Outer Space, Inner Space”. We received 270 entries making the voting process very intense. The new card designs will be offered to the public starting June 1. All entries will be […]
Accessing your Account Online Access your account online at https://boulder.flatironslibrary.org/MyAccount/Home. Using your online account, you can see checked out items and due dates, renew items, see any unpaid fines, change your email address for notifications and more. Keeping Your Reading History You can keep a list of items you have checked out, even after you have […]
The Boulder Public Library’s intent is to provide fair and equal access of materials to all patrons. Keeping library items overdue denies other patrons access to public property. We utilize the services of a collection agency as a last resort to recover significantly overdue library materials and outstanding fees. When you obtain a library account […]