The Contra Costa County Library on Tuesday unveiled five new library card designs now available to the public.
The five card designs depict Mount Diablo, an astronaut, a train, an otter and a fox. First-time cardholders can choose one of the new designs when they sign up, and those who already have cards can replace theirs at no cost, according to the library.
The public voted on the final five card designs among nine options earlier this year.
County Librarian Melinda Cervantes said in a news release:
“The new cards will allow us to reach potential new library users as well as re-engage with those who have not used their card in a while.”
“The new designs are also beautiful and fun.”
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