Library Card Information
Applying for / Replacing a Card
Any resident of Texas may apply for a library card. Cards are issued for one year and are renewable. There is no charge for Texas residents. If a card is lost, there is a $1 replacement fee. Replacement cards cannot be issued until any outstanding charges are paid to all Bibliographic Association of the Red River (BARR) libraries. Out-of-state residents may obtain a borrower's card for $40 per year. To obtain a card, adult patrons must present:
- A valid driver's license or government photo ID
- Proof of current address if the driver's license address is incorrect
- Their social security number
Register Your Child
Children under 18 years of age must be registered by a parent or legal guardian. The parent / guardian must provide us with a valid driver's license with a correct address or provide proof of correct address and the child's social security card number. They must pay any amount owed on their own card and return all overdue items before obtaining a child's card. Once the applicant becomes 18, he/she will need to complete a new application card, and update it to adult status. There is no charge for this service.
Your Account on BARR.org
Log into your account by going to clicking on "my account" and typing your card and PIN. Card numbers are case sensitive and should not have any spaces. Your PIN has to be created in person at the Library before you use it online.
Loan Periods Are as Follows
Books and materials may be brought inside to return during library hours. A drive-up book drop is available for returning items. The drop is located on the side of the library facing the main parking lot.