Oregon Library Passport Program

Libraries in Clackamas County (LINCC) patrons, as of May 1, now have access to materials from libraries all over the state of Oregon thanks to the Oregon Library Passport Program (OLPP).

This program allows LINCC patrons to obtain a library card from other participating Oregon libraries (Click Here for list of participating libraries). That means that if you are traveling and visiting a city whose library participates in the OLPP you can check out materials from that library. If you have a valid LINCC library card you can apply for that library’s card by following their standard rules for obtaining one.

Since LINCC libraries are participating, that means that people with library cards from participating systems can obtain a LINCC library card if they are visiting Clackamas County.

To obtain an out-of-area library card you will need to present your LINCC library card and photo ID.

The Passport library card is free and valid for one year.

Loan limits: Out of LINCC area libraries will set their own rules on how many items can be checked out. This may be different from LINCC’s Passport limits.

Patrons from out of the LINCC service area that want to obtain cards from Clackamas County can borrow up to five items and place up to five holds. Overdue fines on three items or fines in excess of $25 result in a blocked card.

For more information, call the library at 503.630.8273 or visit the Oregon Library Passport Program Web site.