Round Rock Public Library

The Round Rock Public Library proudly serves its dynamic and growing community by providing high quality resources, services and programs.

Recognizing that the Round Rock Public Library System is a gateway to the community, we are committed to providing individuals, families, and businesses an opportunity to expand their knowledge, encourage personal growth, and enhance the quality of life in our dynamic and changing community. The library offers a broad and relevant collection to promote lifelong reading and learning using current technology to increase access to information resources.

Recent News

Local Author Meet and Greet on June 29

Celebrate local authors at the Round Rock Public Library’s Local Author Meet and Greet, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., Saturday, June 29, on the first and second floors.

2024 Summer Reading Program
June 30 - Comprise Maintenance
June 28 - All Things Bees
June 29 - Local Author Meet
ROTM June 2024 NoveList
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2023 - Book Drop
Feedback Survey
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Library FAQs

Effective May 10, 2024, a resident or nonresident paid library card is required to book rooms and utilize other paid services at the library. For more information, please click here.

Please note: Your library card status will remain the same until the time of renewal.

To renew your library card, you must visit the Round Rock Public Library and present a valid Texas issued ID with your current address. For more information, please click here.

Last fiscal year, the library had over 275,000 visitors.

The library continually adds new materials, and over 19,000 were added last fiscal year. In preparation for the new building, non-fiction and encyclopedia sets were added, as well as a phonics set. Additionally, new youth Hindi and Chinese collections were started (although Chinese books haven’t arrived yet). 

Yes, our Family Place area will soon be enhanced with more items, such as a play kitchen, puppet theater and more.

The Reading Tub (formerly known as the “Red Tub”) is here! In case you haven’t heard, our beloved tub got a new makeover! Over the years, the tub has been a staple in our library at 216 Main St. and has made a comeback at the new library on 200 E. Liberty Ave.

You may notice that the color has changed, too, to align with the library’s new branding colors. We are happy to announce the Reading Tub is here to stay! Check it out on the 2nd floor near the stairwell (behind the elevator).

The original design intent of the cafe was to include a Briggo robotic, fully-automated barista. During the construction phase of the project, the company was acquired and their business model changed. The library design had to pivot as well and this provided an opportunity for the Friends book nook. The Cafe provides space for patrons to enjoy food and beverage while supporting the Friends of the Library. The library does not have future plans to install a coffee service. Instead, we recommend patrons support local businesses in downtown and visit one of the neighboring coffee shops.