Get a Digital Library Card

If you have a current Stone Ridge Library Card you do not need a digital card. Your physical card will give you access to all our digital offerings.

If you don’t have a card you can now register for a library card online! Fill out the form and within 1-2 business days you will receive an email with your library card number and temporary PIN.

This card can be used to access all of our e-content! E-books, downloadable audiobooks, streaming videos; databases, all available!

Your physical card will be held at the library. You will need your card only if you want to check out any physical items or visit other libraries in MHLS.

Please fill out the fields below for your digital card.

To Obtain a Physical Card

Marbletown Residents

As a special district library, Marbletown residents support the library through their taxes. To borrow library materials, we ask that you fill out an application giving us some information about yourself for our computer. You will need to show some form of identification and proof of residency such as a driver’s license, or if you are new to the area, an envelope, such as a phone bill recently mailed to your new address. You will be given a card with your patron number which will give you immediate access to library materials. Cards are available for children over the age of three.

Rochester Residents

The Town of Rochester is outside the library tax district, however, the Town has contracted with the Stone Ridge Library in 2017 to provide 238 paid family memberships to its residents. Additionally, the Library is providing free memberships to all Rondout Valley Students. As of March 2017, all free memberships were given out. Non-subsidized memberships are still available and are pro-rated. The rates for each month are listed below.

  • January – $52.45
  • February – $48.08
  • March – $43.74
  • April – $39.36
  • May – $34.99
  • June – $30.62
  • July – $26.24
  • August – $21.87
  • Sept – $17.49
  • Oct – $13.12
  • Nov – $8.74
  • Dec – $4.37
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