Accès Gatineau cards are available at all Gatineau public library points of service and are valid for one year. There are two kinds of Accès Gatineau cards. Choose the one that best meets your needs.
The Accès Gatineau card is free for all residents, and offers the following privileges:
|Accès Gatineau card||Residents||Non-residents|
You pay a small premium for an Accès Gatineau + card. It comes with many privileges over and above access to library services and the city's registration site.
|Accès Gatineau +||Resident||Non-resident|
|Up to age 18||$7||$120|
|Income security recipient2||Free||—|
|Income $40,000 or less3||$14||—|
|Student (18 years of age or older)4||$14||—|
|Senior (65 years of age or older)||$22||—|
1 “Family” here means one or two adults with one or more children aged 24 years of less living at the same address. At the time of registration, the children aged 18 to 24 years must present their student card or proof of registration in a recognized educational institution.
2 The card is free for income security recipients upon presentation of their claim booklet.
3 Individuals whose gross annual income is less than $40,000 must present their federal or provincial notice
4 Requires presentation of a part-time or full-time student card or proof of registration in a recognized
Go to a Gatineau public library point of service with valid ID and proof of address.
To renew your existing Accès Gatineau card, you must bring it with you. You must also bring valid proof of address and pay all outstanding fees on your account.
Recognized for its quality of life, Gatineau is a city of 290,000 inhabitants. It is located on the north shore of the Ottawa River, and extends east and west of the Gatineau River.