A library account in good standing is always required to check out material or use the public computers. Stop at the check out desk to get a library card. Once you are a registered user, you may check out items with a Texas driver's license if desired but must use your library card to log in to the public computers.
Library cards will not be issued the last 15 minutes of the work day.
Users must bring proof of identity (photo ID such as a Texas driver's license) and proof of current mailing address and current residence. There is no fee for Rockwall County residents to open a library account. There is a $50 per household annual fee for non-residents of Rockwall County to obtain a card. All library cards must be renewed annually, which requires presenting proof of current address in person.
A Rockwall County Library card in good standing is required for all public computer use. Residents of other counties may purchase limited computer use only cards for an annual fee of $20 per individual.
Children and teens under 18 must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian with a Rockwall County Library account in good standing to obtain a library card. Persons under 18 years of age need to have a parent or guardian sign to give permission for Internet access.
Library users must supply a working telephone number at registration: preferably both a home and a business number. The library must b notified of any change in contact information.
The fee for a replacement library card is $3 and a photo ID is required.