The Rockwall County Library moved to a modern facility in September 2008, funded by an $11.5 million bond issue passed by the citizens of the county in November 2004.The library is approximately five times the size of the former facility and was designed by library architects from PSA-Dewberry and built by Pogue Construction. The beautiful Rockwall County Library is a focus of community life and county pride.
Highlights of the facility include:
Spacious children’s area
Plenty of public computers
Thousands of new books
Large meeting room for library events and non-profit groups
Small meeting spaces and group study rooms
Patio and balcony
Café area with vending machines
Convenient drive-through book drop
Free wireless internet access is available throughout the building during library hours.
Volunteers Volunteers from our community are very important to the library. You can download the volunteer application forms here for Adult Volunteers and Teen Volunteers to help with shelving books or library special events. If you are interested in volunteering to tutor in the literacy program, contact the literacy coordinator at (972) 204-7705 for information.