Frequently Asked Questions
Q: How do I get a library card?
A: Colleyville Residents may bring in a picture ID and proof of residence to the library to obtain a library card.

Q: What is the loan period for library materials?
A: Books may be checked out for 3 weeks and renewed five (5) times if there are no holds for other patrons. Please note there are the following exceptions for loan periods: Magazines, Adult DVDs, Childrenís DVDs, Music CDs have a 7 day borrowing period.

Q: What are your fines on late materials?
A: An item carries a 25 cent per day overdue fee, except feature-length DVDs that carry a $1.00 per day overdue fee.

Q: What are your restrictions on borrowing?
A: If a person accrues $5.00 in fines, a restriction on borrowing privileges will be enforced.

Q: How can I renew an item?
A: Most items may be renewed in person, by calling the circulation department, or on-line by using your patronís library card number and PIN.

Q: Do you have a limit on materials?
A: Yes, our limit is 40 items per card. Please note there is a limit of 10 for Music CDs, Adult Feature-Length DVDs, Juvenile DVDs, Non-fiction DVDs and Juvenile Books with CDs.

Q: I lost my library card. What should I do?
A: New library cards are issued to patrons who bring in a picture I.D. If the patron loses the library card, the patron is required to re-register and pay a replacement fee of $2.00.

Q: Do you have Interlibrary Loan?
A: Yes, Colleyville residents with a valid Colleyville Public Library card may request to borrow materials from the collections of other libraries nationwide. These requests can be made at the reference desk.

Q. Does the library have computers available for the public to use?
A: Colleyville Public Library has public access computers which may be used free of charge with a valid library card. The public access computers have Internet access, e-mail and word processing capabilities.