Airdrie Public Library is part of the Marigold Library System and The Regional Automation Consortium (TRAC) library systems.
If you live in the City of Airdrie, Rocky View County, or within the Marigold Library System area , you can get a free Airdrie Public Library card.
A valid Airdrie Public Library card is required to borrow materials and access eResources.
With your Airdrie Public Library card, you can also register with ME Libraries. ME Libraries lets you go in person and use your Airdrie Public Library card at other public libraries across Alberta and borrow their materials. However, you are not able to use their eResources or register for their programs. Make the most of your library card and access more items for free! Sign up for ME Libraries or find out more here.
To borrow from academic or specialized libraries you can get a TAL card at the Airdrie Public Library. A TAL card lets you go in person to borrow materials from these libraries. However, you do not have access to their eResources.
*These loan periods apply to Airdrie Public Library materials. Materials brought in from other libraries may have different loan periods.
Requesting items outside of TRAC
If the library material you want to borrow isn't available through the library's catalogue (TRACpac), you can request material to be brought in through Alberta Relais Resource Sharing.
Request items outside of our library system from both public and academic libraries. Visit Alberta Relais Resource Sharing to search, find and request items.