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Overdues are .10 cents a day per item, but $1.00 per day for DVDs. Fines accrue for each item for each calendar day. Overdue fines cap at $5 per item. If you have an outstanding fine or fee, you can pay online by signing into your account (use the Catalog page, upper right) where you can pay through PayPal.
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Come to the Library and present a current picture ID and proof of current residence, like a valid driver’s license. You can also apply online for a library card by going to the TPL Catalog and clicking the SIGN UP button in the upper right. Instructions are included.
If you live in Taylor city limits, work for the City of Taylor or have a student who goes to school in Taylor, there is no charge for a card. If you live outside of Taylor, there is a $10 annual charge for an individual and $25 annual charge for a family. For more questions about proof of residence or ID, call the Library at 512-352-3434.
Your library account is accessible through the Library Catalog page, signing in with your library card and primary phone number (no dashes). There are some instructions when you click the LOG IN button on the upper right of the Catalog page.
Once you are in your TPL account, you can renew your own materials, place reserves on items, keep a list of books you might want to read, and pay any fines & fees through PayPal. If you have questions, please call: 512-352-3434.
You can renew your materials in person, or by phone (512-352-3434) or by e-mail (email@example.com). You can renew an item up to 4 times, as long as no one has a reserve on the item. Likewise, you can renew through your library account via the Library Catalog page.
Yes! We have eBooks and digital audio books through Overdrive. You must have a valid Taylor Public Library Card, up to date with fees under $5.00. Go to the Library’s Catalog, log into your library account and then you have access to e-resources including: Overdrive, TumbleBooks, SimplyE, and the TexShare Databases. Again, this access is through your library account. We do not have an e-library card at this time.
The Library has 14 public computers for use when we are open. You start at the Sign In Station. If you have an assigned password, use that. Otherwise, use a guest pass, available upon request. There are limits for length of sessions, so check with staff. The computers are networked to a b&w/color printer. After you chose what you print, and send it off to be printed, you must next sign into the print release station. From there you can see your print jobs, delete ones you don’t want, etc. You must pay the coin-op next to the printer before you hit print. Feel free to ask library staff for assistance.
Yes, the library has free WiFi inside and outside of the building. (see the WiFi Policy) Library WiFi extends out to front porch and into the parking lot. Look for the TaylorLib internet access through your device’s settings. No password required. WiFi is all week long, but is restricted to 6:00 AM to 11:00 PM.
Sorry, we do not have faxing or notary services The Library maintains a list of other providers where you can go in town or nearby. Just give us a call at 512-352-3434.
Printing is available in b&w or color. You can send a print job through a public computer or you can use the PrinterOn app to send a document straight to Print Release station by the public computers.
We have a new photocopier that does very nice printing, in b&w only. Copies are .10 per page, with a coin-op to the side. This new photocopier also has a scanning feature--you must bring your own flash drive to save your scan.