PASSPORT SERVICES AT FESTUS PUBLIC LIBRARY
If you are planning to travel outside the United States, you need a U.S. Passport. The Festus Public Library is an official Passport Agency where we can process your application for a new passport. If you have any questions, please call the library at 636-937-2017.
TO APPLY FOR A PASSPORT YOU WILL NEED:
- Application form-completed but not signed (you will need to know your parents' birth dates and place of birth). COMPLETE FORM IN BLACK INK ONLY
- Certified copy of your Birth Certificate - This will be mailed in with passport and returned to you in a separate mailing. Birth certificates must contain the name of parent(s); be issued by the office of vital statistics of the state, county or city of the issuing authority; indicate a registration or file date that is within one year of the birth; and be an original and certified document (notarized copies and photocopies are not accepted).
- 1 Passport photograph-Local studios: Walgreens, 519 South Truman Blvd.; Wal-Mart, 650 South Truman Blvd.; CVS, 400 South Truman Blvd.
- Women Only - Previous marriage information (you will need to know dates and you may pick up this form at the Library).
- Children under 16 - Both parents must be present.
- Driver's license or valid government issued picture ID (permits are not accepted).
- 2 Payments - Personal check or money order to U.S. Department of State and personal check or cash to Festus Public Library for processing (No credit or debit cards).
(Passport Book) Adult Application Fee: $110.00 Child under 16 Application Fee: $80.00
(Passport Card) Adult Application Fee: $ 30.00 Child under 16 Application Fee: $15.00
Processing fee payable to library: $25.00
You may visit the U.S. Department of State website for passport information or call the Festus Public Library at 636-937-2017.
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday: 9:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m.
Friday: 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Saturday: 9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
We process passports during library hours, but please come at least 1/2 hour before closing.