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’s 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 the age of 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.