Borrower Privileges

You agree to the following policies when you sign the contract to receive your Library Card.

If you have any questions, please contact Library staff at (903) 237-1350.


You may check out 15 items, with a limit of 5 DVDs & Blu-rays.

Books (including audiobooks) circulate for 3 weeks, with 1 renewal of an additional 3 weeks. This can be done online, in person, or by calling (903) 237-1350. Renewals add 3 weeks from the date of renewal and cannot be done if the item has a hold on it, meaning another patron is waiting for the item.

DVDs, Blu-rays, Video Games, and new Adult Best Seller books may be checked out for 1 week and cannot be renewed.


Item Fine per item per day Maximum
Book & Audiobook $0.25 $20.00
DVD / Blu-ray / Video Game $2.00 $20.00
InterLibrary Loan $0.50 $20.00
Please note that overdue books and audiobooks may be renewed. Any accumulated fines will still be owed by the patron.

Book Drops:
Book Drops are located behind the Library building and are always open, with the exception of 3-day holiday weekends when they are closed.

Items may be returned inside the Library at the interior Book Drop.

Holds or Reserves:
You may place a hold on any circulating item. This allows for you to be on a waiting list for a new or popular item. Library staff will tag the item with your name when the item arrives, notify you according to your preferred method of communication (text, email, or phone call) and you may pick it up at the Front Desk. Holds may be placed online, in person, or by calling (903) 237-1354. For more information, please read our Online Service Brochure.

Collection Agency:

The Library uses a collection agency to collect overdue fines and replacement fees for lost items as indicated on the Legal Contract signed at time of obtaining a Library card. Notice is automatically sent to the collection agency via the computer system if the patron owes more than $20.00 over a 45-day period.

The Library does send out courtesy reminder notices for lost or overdue items, but the Library is not responsible for lost or misdirected mail. It is up to the patron to keep their account information (address and phone number) up to date. Note: Lost or misdirected notices do not relieve the Library cardholder of financial responsibility of fees and unreturned materials.