Documents Needed for Library Card Applications
The following documentation is required when applying for a Round Rock Public Library card:
- A valid Texas issued ID with current address.
- A valid government issued ID and printed official document with current Texas address. Examples of official documents to prove Texas residency are: lease, recent utility bill, insurance card, check from the bank etc.
To get a library card, apply in person. Cardholders between 6-17 years of age must have a parent or guardian sign for the card and adults 18 and older sign for themselves. Please review all of the Library’s policies for checkouts, interlibrary loan, collection development, and computer use.
For the probationary first 30 days, single resident cardholders may check out 5 items at a time. After that, permanent card holders in good standing with a valid Texas ID on file can check out 15 at once.
For the probationary first 30 days, family resident cardholders may check out 15 items at a time. After that, permanent card holders in good standing with a valid Texas ID on file can check out 45 at once.
TexShare is a statewide program that helps libraries and their patrons share resources.
Permanent library cardholders in good standing with a valid Texas ID on file can request a TexShare card free of charge from Round Rock Public Library.
Take your Round Rock Public Library TexShare card to any other TexShare library, and you can register as a member of that library without paying out-of-district fees.
The Round Rock Public Library will honor TexShare cards from other TexShare member libraries.