Jackson taxpayers and employees Those who live here, own property here, or work for the town are eligible for free library cards.
You will be required to demonstrate eligibility annually with a photo ID and one of the following documents: a lease (for six months or more), Jackson tax bill, a car registration, or a utility bill that shows the physical address of the property. The library card holder must match the name on the proof.
If the applicant is a child, the name of the child's guarantor must match the name on the proof. Final determination of eligibility rests with library staff.
To apply, come in during open hours or contact us at 383-9731 and leave a message. We will return calls daily. Or use our contact page to get in touch.
NH libraries are supported exclusively via municipal taxes and Jackson is no exception. Nonresidents are welcome to use resources inside the building when it is open including make photocopies, read magazines, use our public computers. To check our items out you may purchase library cards for a fee of $45.
Obtain a nonresident card by following the steps above for getting a library card and also pay the nonresident fee online or via check or cash when you come to the building. Nonresident cards may not provide access to our downloadable books or online resources.