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Municipal ID

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Prospect Heights »

Looking to get cultured in 2017? Here's where you can claim free one-year memberships with your IDNYC.

Ridgewood »

Still don't have an IDNYC card? Sign up for one in a nearby location  

Briarwood »

Residents can sign up for a municipal ID at the Briarwood branch of the Queens Library until  Jan. 13.

Civic Center »

The city is extending free enrollment for its municipal ID program into 2016.

Williamsburg »

The municipal has your birthdate on it, but technically it's not a valid proof of age, officials say.

Chelsea »

You can enroll for ID at 446 West 33rd St. during the first two weeks of September.

Jackson Heights »

The Jackson Heights library will be home to a pop-up registration site for the city's Municipal ID.

East Harlem »

People will be able to apply for the city's free ID card at El Museo del Barrio from May 7 to May 23.

Civic Center »

Spending proposals include more money for after-school programs and bulletproof vests for police.

Jackson Heights »

The IDNYC card program has seen overwhelming demand, so the city increased the program's capacity.

Jackson Heights »

Melissa Mark-Viverito, Robert Cornegy and Danny Dromm were among councilmembers who got their cards.

Civic Center »

The link to register for an appointment to get the new municipal ID was down Wednesday morning.

Prospect Heights »

Hundreds of Brooklyn residents waited outside the Central Library at Grand Army Plaza Tuesday morning.