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To apply for a library membership you will need:
TexShare members from other libraries will need to bring the TexShare card and their home library card. Out of district individuals not holding TexShare cards will be charged a fee of $10 for a 3-month period, $20 for a 6-month period or $35 for a 12-month period.
For more information on getting a library card, please visit our Using the Library section.
Your User ID is a seven-digit number taken from the 14-digit number on the back of the library card. You can find these 7 digits by dropping the very last number, then using the preceding 7 digits.
Yes. There are two ways to check out books from other libraries.
You can borrow items from libraries around the country using Interlibrary Loan. Items are picked up from and returned to the Cedar Park Public Library. There is a $1 fee for Interlibrary Loan to cover the cost of shipping the item back to the lending library. You can request an Interlibrary Loan in person at the Library Information Desk or by phone at 512-401-5608. For more information, please visit our Interlibrary Loans page.
Patrons in good standing are eligible to apply for a TexShare card, which allows you to use other Texas libraries participating in the TexShare program. Materials are borrowed from and returned to the library that owns them instead of to the Cedar Park Public Library. There is a 30-day waiting period for new cardholders before they may apply for a TexShare card. For more information, please visit our Using the Library section.
Most library materials automatically renew up to 6 times, unless a hold is placed on the material. For more information, please view our Automatic Renewal Guide (PDF).
Yes. We have one community room available for rent and one group study room that is available for free. The group study room is available to resident and paid library accounts only. Please visit our Using a Room page for more information.
Yes, the Library is currently accepting book donations of items in sale worthy condition. Please limit donations to one grocery bag or box. Visit our Donations page for more information about donating books and other materials to the Library.
You can use a computer at the Library using your User ID and PIN or by checking in at the Information Desk for a Visitor Day Pass. Please visit our Using a Computer page for more information.
Yes. There are no fees or passwords required to use our wireless internet. We even have a comfortable Internet Café where you can access the internet from your personal device surrounded by art by local artists.