You can use your BC OneCard at any public library in the province. A BC OneCard allows you to check out materials and use services determined by each individual public library.
Check with each library for a list of what it provides.
If you want more than the library offers BC OneCard customers, you may obtain full service by paying for a Temporary Membership.
Questions & Answers
Who is it for?
Visitors who have a card from another BC Public Library may borrow items from the Fort Nelson Public Library.
How do I sign up?
Visit Fort Nelson Public Library. Please show staff:
- Either a home library card or a BC OneCard issued by another library
- Personal identification showing your home address.
What can I use?
With your BC OneCard, you can borrow up to 10 items at a time from Fort Nelson Public Library (FNPL), including books, magazines, audiovisual items, and CDs. If items are being returned to home libraries, the limit is reduced to 5 physical items. Any item taken back to the home library must have a green ‘OneCard’ sticker to identify it.
Where do I return the materials I have borrowed?
When you borrow materials from a library, the due date will be specified by the library. You can return the borrowed items to the same library or any other participating library in the province, including your own library.
Where do I pay the fines owed?
Fines and charges for borrowed materials must be paid to the library from which they were borrowed. Charges for items borrowed from other libraries cannot be paid at the library.
ID required for BC OneCard.
Bring personal identification and proof of address. For teens and adults, you can use:
- BC Driver’s license
- BC Identification Card (BC ID).
Your ID must have your current local address on it.
Don’t have either of these types of identification? Bring two other pieces of ID from the list below; one needs your current address on it.
Examples of IDs we accept:
- BC Driver’s Licence.
- BC Services Card.
- Canadian passport.
- Canadian citizenship card.
- Canadian permanent resident card.
- Secure Certificate of Indian Status card – issued by the Government of Canada.
- Current Fort Nelson Secondary School Identification Card.