Welcome to the Sequoyah Regional Library System
Thanks for visiting the SRLS website! We are glad that you are here! Be sure to check out some of the online tools that we have to offer--place a hold, search the catalog, look for upcoming library programs, or find out how you can get involved with the Friends of the Library.
Getting A Library Card Is Easy!
Do you have yours? Getting a library card at Sequoyah Regional Library is easy! All you have to do is provide identification and something (ID, utility bill, etc.) showing your current home address within our 3-county system. If you do not live within the tri-county area (Cherokee, Pickens and Gilmer Counties), but own property here, you are still eligible. Just provide your ID and a tax bill showing the address of your property. You can apply for a card at any of the public libraries that comprise the Sequoyah Regional Library System. Need more information? Click here...
Two Ways to Access Your Account Online
Would you like to be able to renew and reserve books online from any computer? You can! Any time you're in one of our branches, you can request that we create a PIN number of your choice for your account. Then visit this site and click on the Library Catalog link in the menu to the left. You can then enter your library card number and PIN to access your account. Once you have account access, you can also create an "EZ Username" and password to use for those times when you don't have your library card handy. That way, you'll always have two ways of accessing your account: with your card number and PIN or with your EZ Username and password!
The Library is thankful for the generous donations of materials from groups, organizations and individuals. For details on what we can accept (and cannot accept), as well as how we use donations, please click here to see our donation policy.
Looking for services available to persons unable to read or handle standard printed materials as a result of temporary or permanent visual or physical disability? Click on the GLASS link to the left to learn about Georgia Libraries for Accessible Statewide Services (GLASS), the Regional Library for Georgians with print impairments.