This link provides a complete list of the public libraries in the state of Florida. Simply select the library that is closest to your home or school. Students who reside in the district of their local library can apply for library access cards. These cards often allow remote access to the full range of local public library electronic resources such as ebooks, journal and magazine articles, and much more. Local public libraries can be very helpful in providing local services and facilities for study and wireless access.
The Jacksonville Public Library is a large library system, consisting of a 300,000 sq. ft. Main Library and twenty regional, community and neighborhood branch libraries. We also serve the needs of the community with Talking Books Library for Disabled Customers and an active adult literacy program.
The system directly serves residents and employees of Duval County both within the Jacksonville city limits and the Beaches and Baldwin communities. Residents of neighboring Baker, Clay, Nassau and St. Johns Counties are also able to partake of the services provided by JPL provided they meet the following criteria:
•A resident or property-owner in Duval County
•A Duval County Public School (DCPS) teacher
•An employee of the City of Jacksonville, (Offices/Agencies of City Government)
•Currently attending a college located in Jacksonville, or
•Military personnel or family members of military personnel who reside in the state of Florida (must have valid military ID).