Answered By: Rebecca King
Last Updated: Nov 28, 2017     Views: 490

Beginning May 6, 2013 all Thousand Oaks Library cards must be renewed every three years to ensure that patron contact information is up-to-date. By keeping account information current, patrons will be able to receive library notices in a timely manner. Cardholders must visit the Grant R. Brimhall Library or the Newbury Park Branch Library to present one of the required forms of identification in order to renew or validate their card.

If your address has changed, please bring a valid ID or other acceptable form of identification to update your address at a Circulation Desk during your next visit.

Accounts that have not been active and without address verification will be automatically expired and unavailable for use until a residence address has been verified.

Card holder expiration dates are visible in the My Account section of the Thousand Oaks Library's catalog.

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