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If you don't have one already, the best way to get started at the library is to get a library card

Once you have a library card you can check out up to 50 materials at once. You can also access our digital resources with your library card. 

If you have additional questions, check out our frequently asked questions below. If we don't address your question below then fill out our Ask a Librarian form to get email assistance or call (903)593-7323.

Frequently Asked Questions

If I don't live in city limits, can I still get a library card?
Do I have to have a library card to come to a program?
I lost my library card. How do I get a replacement?
If I don't have a Library card, what services are available to me?
How many items can I check out? For how long?
What's my library card number?
What if I left my library card at home?
How do I request a hold?
Does the library have public computers?
Do you have copiers and fax services?
Where can I return books?
I have a TexShare card. May I use it at the Tyler Public Library?
Do you have study rooms?
How do I log into my account?
Do you take donations?
Does the library have color printing?
How does the Dewey Decimal System work?