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Your Library Membership
Your card lets you borrow books, movies, music and more. You also have access to downloadable material such as e-books, magazines, music, newspapers and movies. Because GPPL is part of the Peace Library System, which is a member of The Regional Automation Consortium (TRAC), you have access to over 3 million items.
Your card is for your use only. You must present your card to borrow materials from GPPL.
How to get a GPPL membership
Memberships are free to residents of the City of Grande Prairie, the County of Grande Prairie No.1, the MD of Greenview or an area served by the Peace Library System.
To apply for a GPPL membership:
In Person: Visit GPPL at #101 9839-103 Avenue, Grande Prairie, AB with Government issued ID (must include a valid Grande Prairie, AB municipality address).
Online: Visit us online to register for your GPPL membership. Online registrations are subject to address verification. Applicants under the age of 16 must provide parental consent when obtaining their card at GPPL. Government issued ID (with valid Grande Prairie, AB municipality address) is required to receive your card and must be shown within one month of completing your online registration.
Your membership does not expire; we only require an annual address check to ensure we have your most current contact information. Address checks can be completed in person at GPPL or over the phone.
If you have any questions about obtaining a membership, please contact Customer Services at 780-532-3580
Other membership options
Non-system Temporary Membership
This type of membership is available to a resident of an area not served by the Peace Library System, or outside the province.
- Cost is $20.00 per person
- Valid for 6 months
- Restricted access (no access to e-resources)
ME Libraries - Access Alberta Public Libraries
Me Libraries allows you to use your home library card to borrow from the collections of almost every Alberta public Library (excluding e-books and other electronic content) . Join ME Libraries by registering your library card today at melibraries.ca
TAL Online - Access Alberta Post Secondary Libraries
Once you have a TAL Card (from your local library), you can choose books off the shelf at university or college libraries across Alberta.
Lost or stolen cards
You are responsible for your card and the items borrowed on it. Therefore, if your card is stolen or lost, please contact us immediately at 780-532-3580. There is no charge for a replacement card.
Change of Information
If you have moved or changed your e-mail address, telephone number or service provider, please contact us.