How Do I...
...get a Library Card?
It's easy! If you're over 18 years old and a Texas resident, simply bring a valid ID with your current address to the Library at your convenience. Click here to learn more about getting your Library Card!
...donate materials to the Library?
To donate materials, simply bring them into the Library, or leave them in the donation bins next to the Library's back door (across from the Book Drops).
...volunteer at the Library?
Our volunteers are a vital component of everything we do at the Library, and we are so thankful for them! To get approved to become a Longview Public Library volunteer, just download and fill out our Library Volunteer Application and bring it to the Library at your convenience.
...request an item the Library does not have?
Interlibrary Loan is a FREE service that allows Library patrons to request books, audiobooks, DVDs, CDs, and documents that the Longview Public Library does not currently own! Click here to learn more about Interlibrary Loan.
...use a Library computer?
The Library has 54 computers (PCs and iMacs) available for free public use! To learn more about using our computers, or to read our Computer Usage Policy, please click here.
...get to the Library?
Our Main Branch is located at 222 W. Cotton St. in Longview, right next to City Hall! Click here to view us on a map.
...contact the Library?
Here are some numbers to help you connect with the appropriate department:
Main Branch - (903) 237-1350
Broughton Branch - (903) 237-1326
Children's Department - (903) 237-1345
Genealogy Department - (903) 237-1359
Interlibrary Loan - (903) 237-1349
Reserve our Moeschle Room - (903) 237-1341
Sign up for Computer Classes - (903) 237-1354
...stay up to date on Library events?
One of the best ways to stay up to date on Library programs and events is to connect with us on social media! You may also visit our online events calendar, or sign up for our monthly e-mail newsletter detailing everything going on at the Library.