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Library Floor Plan
Click on the images to view the floor plan of the library.
 
           
                                                First Floor                                               Second Floor

How to get a library card:

Residents of Little Falls, or who own real property in Little Falls -- may apply for a library card in person, at the library. Proof of residency (or ownership) is required. Minors (under 18 years of age) must have a parent or guardian present to sign their application and present appropriate identification.

 

Please note that while individuals may qualify for more than one library card, PALS Plus permits only one library card per person in its system. It is recommended that individuals sign up and use their resident card as it will provide greater access to services.

 

Non-Residents who work or attend school (k-12) in Little Falls may apply for a courtesy card. Proof of employment or enrollment along with proof of current address is required. A courtesy card is good for 1 year.

 

Other non-residents may purchase a card for $50 per year.
      

Examples of acceptable proof:

 

Residency:

  • valid driver's license
  • utility bill showing mailing address & 2nd ID with matching name
 
Employment:
  • letter from Little Falls employer
  • business card with Little Falls address
  • pay stub from Little Falls employer

Enrollment:

  • student ID from a school (K-12) located in Little Falls
  • letter from Little Falls school where minor is enrolled
Ownership of real property
 

Little Falls property tax bill


Where can I use my Little Falls Library Card?

Little Falls Resident cards are accepted at all public libraries in Passaic County as well as the public libraries of Cedar Grove, Fairfield, and Caldwell. 

Little Falls Paid and Courtesy cards are only good at the Little Falls Public Library.  
 
Residents over the age of 19 can also use their cards at:
  • Montclair State University 
  • William Paterson University 
  • Passaic County Community College 
  • Berkeley College

What is PALSPlus?
PALSPlus is the Computer Consortium of Passaic County Libraries. It maintains our computer network as well as provides member libraries with a shared database of users and holdings.
  
PALSPlus members now extend beyond Passaic County and currently include 3 libraries in Essex County: Caldwell, Fairfield, and Cedar Grove.
 
Click here for a list of libraries accepting Little Falls Resident Cards through northern New Jersey’s Open Borrowing Agreement. Note: You must have a "green sticker” on your library card.