Email Only residents and property owners able to receive mail in any of the member municipalities or reciprocal borrowing municipalities are eligible to apply for or renew their membership online. Member municipalities include: Town of Perth, Township of Drummond/North Elmsley, and Tay Valley Township. Reciprocal borrowing arrangements are with Lanark Highlands, Rideau Lakes, and Mississippi Mills. Applicants applying for membership online must still provide proof of identity and proof of residence. First Name * Last Name * Contact Number * Email Address * Your Street Address + Postal Code * Library Card Number (if renewing your card) Municipality * Town of Perth Township of Drummond/North Elmsley Tay Valley Township Township of Lanark Highlands Township of Rideau Lakes Township of Mississippi Mills I consent to allow Perth & District Union Public Library to use my e-mail address to send me: * information about my library account (items ready for pickup, overdue, etc.) monthly library newsletter weekly staff bookshelf (reading recommendations) You may change your permissions at any time by contacting the library at (613) 267-1224 or email@example.com Proof of identity/proof of residence We suggest a copy of your driver's licence! If you don't have a driver's licence, you can provide photo ID plus a document with your current address (e.g. Student ID card or passport plus lease or utility bill). Fine Print By filling out this form, I certify that I am at least 14 years of age, and that I understand and agree to follow the patron code of conduct. I hereby apply for membership to the Perth & District Union Public Library, which includes online services and borrowing privileges. I agree to be responsible for any materials borrowed on my library card and to abide by the rules and regulations of the Perth & District Union Public Library. Personal information on this form is collected under the authority of the Municipal Act, RSO 1980, c.302 (as amended). It is used to maintain an official record of library users, to notify users of important information about their accounts, to prepare statistical reports, and to plan the provision of library services.