HOW TO GET A LIBRARY CARD
residents of Angelina County may obtain a free library
card. To get a library card, patrons fill out a short
application at the Circulation Desk. All applicants
must have a current driver’s license or state ID card
with their current address,
a photo ID and mortgage or rental agreement
which shows their current address
or a current utility bill.
(under 16) must have an adult (parent, grandparent or
legal guardian) fill out an application for them.
Adults may check out up to 30 items at a time (including 7 new arrivals, 7 audio books and 7 video materials). Young adults (ages 13-17) may check out up to 30 items at a time (including 7 new arrivals, 7 audio books and 7 video materials). Juveniles (ages 0-12) may check out up to 30 items, including up to 7 audio books, at one time. Video materials may not be checked out on a child's card.
copiers, fax machines, etc. shut down 10 minutes prior to
FEES, AND SERVICES
Fines are accrued for items not returned
by the due date; they are calculated at the following rates
per item, per day:
Books & Audio
Fees are charged for items lost or damaged as follows:
Books, Audio & Video materials:
retail cost of replacement plus $5.00
Cassette case: $5.00 each
DVD or Playaway case:
battery cover: $1.00
for Kits: $1.00 each
A fee is charged to replace a lost library card.
lost or damaged card: $1.00
The library has two public copiers. These machines
produce black & white copies ONLY. The charge is $.25 per
is free at the library. The library does have printers
available for those who wish to print from our computers.
These printers produce black & white copies ONLY. The
charge is $.25 per page. Patrons are encouraged to ask at
the Reference Desk if they need assistance with printing.
may be sent or received at the Reference Desk at a charge of
$2.00 for the first page and $1.00 for each additional
page. No International Faxes may be sent.