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Your driver's license is sufficient if it has your current address on it. If not, then an additional document such as an utility bill, a piece of postmarked mail with your name on it, or a similar official document will be required in addition to your driver's license.
You can get a Library card starting at age 4 years old.
No, under certain circumstances you may not have to be a resident to receive limited Library services. There are a few options:
Each library sets their own parameters for these programs as well as sharing resources and most are restricted by database licenses from offering access to their online resources. Any materials borrowed from another library must be returned to that loaning library to avoid late fees and other fines. We cannot check in non-Williamson County materials.
To learn more, contact the Circulation Department at 615-595-1277.
Computers are on the second floor in the Reference department.
Yes, all Library computers are free to use by Library account cardholders. Computer access requires a Library card account in good standing.
Guest passes are available in the Circulation Department on the first floor. They expire after 30 days and are renewable after 30 days for a small fee.
Yes, computer guest passes are available on the first floor at the Circulation Department. You will be asked for a photo id like a driver's license. Computer guest passes are free for 30 days then expire and can be updated for $5.00 per month.
No, we have no Apple computers.
Yes, we have a black and white, monochrome, printer and printouts cost 10 cents per page. We also have a color printer and printouts are $1.00 per page.
No. The printers only communicate with the Library computers.
We recommend sending documents to your online email account first. You can then use a Library computer to pull up the documents and print.