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All residents of Caddo County are eligible for a library card. There are many library services that do not require a library card (such as browsing & reading magazines). However, to be able to check out books, videos, and use the computers, you must have a library card.
How to Get a Library Card
Library cards are free to residents of Caddo County and all Apache addresses.
Fill out an application at the circulation desk and provide proof of residency. Valid forms of identification include a driver’s license, voter ID, tax statement, or current bill showing current address. Parents must apply on behalf of children. Children are any library user who has not reached his or her 18th birthday.
All fines must be paid before library cards will be issued.
Your library card will be active for you the same day that you sign up for one.
Borrowing Books and Materials
The check-out period for all materials is two (2) weeks.
Overdue books, videos and materials are fined $.05 per day per item per day. Persons with overdue items, fines, and/or damages will not be permitted to check out library materials or use the public use computers until the amount owed is paid.
Damages to or loss of library materials: if the item is completely destroyed or unusable, the replacement cost will be charged. If materials are heavily damaged, one-half the replacement cost will be charged. If materials are slightly damaged, one-fourth the replacement cost, or a minimum of $2.50 will be charged. If a book is designated lost, the replacement cost will be charged.
Can’t find a book or other item here?
Ask us! We may able to find it and borrow from another library in the state.
The library closes on the following holidays and some days directly before or after holidays:
- New Year’s Day
- President’s Day
- Memorial Day
- Independence Day
- Labor Day
- Veteran’s Day
- Christmas Eve and Christmas