Signing up for a Baldwin Library card gives you more than the ability to check out an unlimited number of books, CDs, and DVDs - it also gives you access to eBooks, free downloadable music, free digital magazines, access to premium resources like Consumer Reports, privileges at dozens of libraries in Oakland County, and more.

You are eligible for a Baldwin Public Library card if you reside, own property, or work in Birmingham, Beverly Hills, Bingham Farms, or Bloomfield Hills. To register for a library card, you must fill out a library card application form and apply in person with appropriate documentation. Residents of any age can obtain a library card. Please note that a parent or guardian's signature is required for cardholders under age 18.

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Other Libraries

If you are not entitled to a Baldwin Library card, you may still be able to use the card issued by your home library to check out materials at Baldwin. If your home library is a member of The Library Network, you can register your library card with us. Troy residents with a Troy Public Library card are also able to register their cards at Baldwin. To register, you will need to provide your home library card and photo ID showing your current address.


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