For more than 30 years, the Phoenix Public Library has been accepting people to pay their own way.
Now, the city is making it easier for people to do the same, opening its doors to anyone who wants to pay for access to libraries.
The library is expanding its free card program to include libraries in other parts of the city, as well as Phoenix’s public school system, which is using a free card.
The cards are not limited to the library, but can be used to pay the fare for a library card or get an ATM at the library.
The Phoenix Public library will be accepting cards from March 15.
The library’s card reader is located in the basement of the library on the second floor of the building.
If you don’t want to leave your library card behind, you can still pay by credit card or cash at the checkout counter.
“If you are not currently using a library in the city of Phoenix, we encourage you to consider making a one-time payment by phone at 1-800-722-4868,” said Pamela Schaffer, a spokeswoman for the library system.
The Phoenix Public Libraries has more than 200 branches in Phoenix, Arizona.
“We are working on a program that will help everyone with this, but it’s not set in stone yet,” she said.
Phoenix Public Library card holders will also be able to receive free access to the Phoenix Community Colleges System.
The card holders also will be able pay by check or money order.
The community college system’s website has a page for people who don’t have an existing library card to apply for the free card in person.