GOLDEN BUCKEYE CARD
For all Ohioans Who are 60 or Over or Disabled
How to Get a Card – Ohio residents who hold current Ohio Driver Licenses or State ID cards automatically
receive a Golden Buckeye card in the month of their 60th birthday. Individuals who do not have a current
license or State ID, as well as people under age 60 who are eligible due to disability, or who otherwise do
not receive their card automatically, may apply for a card at public libraries. ID, age, and disability (when
appropriate) verification required (proof of Medicare, SSI, or Workman’s Compensation). You cannot apply
for a Golden Buckeye Card online or by phone.
MIAMI COUNTY LIBRARIES
PIQUA PUBLIC LIBRARY- 116 W. HIGH ST. PIQUA
MILTON UNION PUBLIC LIBRARY- 560 S. MAIN ST. MILTON UNION
TIPP CITY PUBLIC LIBRARY- 11 E. MAIN ST. TIPP CITY
TROY MIAMI COUNTY PUBLIC LIBRARY- 419 W. MAIN ST. TROY
OAKES BEITMAN MEMORIAL LIBRARY- 12 N. MAIN ST. PLEASANT HILL
JR CLARKE PUBLIC LIBRARY- 102 E. SPRING ST. COVINGTON
NOTE: Applications must be filled out and completed onsite. The application takes about five to ten
minutes to complete and there is no charge for the application.
How to Get a Replacement Card – If your Golden Buckeye Card has been lost, stolen, or damaged,
call 1 (866) 301-6446 to request a replacement.