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Library Accounts


The Library building is closed to the public. Some drive-up service resumes May 1. Click here for information on using the Library during our closure.


For questions about your Library Account, visit the Accounts Desk or call 972.219.3570, option 2.

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Types of Library Cards

The Lewisville Public Library offers 5 levels of card access:

Full Privilege Card

  • ELIGIBILTY: Adults ages 18+, children ages 5-17 with their parent or guardian
  • PRIVILEGES: borrow up to 25 library items, access digital collections and electronic resources, use public computers or laptop, reserve meeting/study rooms, reserve equipment, use Interlibrary Loan, renew items and place holds

Student Card

  • ELIGIBILITY: Students ages 12-17 who live within the boundaries of Lewisville ISD, including private and homeschool students. These students may get a Student Card without a parent or guardian present. Eligibility for LISD residence will be verified via taxing jurisdiction on the Denton Central Appraisal District website.
  • PRIVILEGES: use public computers, access digital collections and electronic resources. The student card does not include borrowing privileges for any physical library materials. The student card does include privileges for meeting/study room reservation.
  • Student cards can be upgraded to a full privilege card when a parent or guardian accompanies the student to the Library with the appropriate ID and proof of address.

Temporary Card

  • ELIGIBILITY: Adults ages 18+ who are otherwise eligible for a card, but are currently unable to provide proof of address
  • PRIVILEGES: use of public computers. No borrowing privileges will be enabled until proof of address is provided and the card is upgraded to a full privileged card. Patrons with a temporary card are not able to reserve or check out a meeting/study room or equipment.
  • Temporary cards are valid for one month. Once the temporary card expires, there are no further privileges available until proof of address is provided and the card is upgraded to a full privilege card.

TexShare Card

  • TexShare is a cooperative program designed to improve library service to Texans. The TexShare card allows patrons to visit more than 500 libraries throughout the State of Texas and check out materials.
  • Patrons must have a Lewisville full privilege card for at least six months with no outstanding balance in order to be eligible for a TexShare card. Patrons who are issued a Lewisville TexShare card may take that card to obtain a library card at another TexShare participating library, and are responsible for returning items borrowed to the lending library. Click here for a list of libraries participating in the TexShare Card Program. 

Daily Guest Pass

  • ELIGIBILITY: Patrons who do not have a Lewisville Public Library account, are only visiting the area, or need Library public computer access for a short period of time. To obtain a guest pass, patrons must be at least 18 years old and provide a picture ID. Proof of address is not required. As stewards of public property, it is appropriate for the Library to have the identification of all individuals using public computers.
  • PRIVILEGES: Guest passes are issued on a daily basis and will allow access to the Library's public computers only. No reservation or borrowing privileges are allowed.
  • Patrons are allowed three uses of a guest pass in a 90-day period. Patrons needing more frequent use than this will need to consider getting a full privilege card. Only one guest pass will be issued per person.

Library Card Requirements




Any resident of Texas is eligible for a free Lewisville Public Library card. A valid government-issued photo ID and proof of Texas address are required to establish a library account.

Acceptable government-issued photo IDs include:

  • Texas Driver's License
  • Texas State ID
  • Passport
  • Military ID
  • Green Card/Resident Alien Registration/Mexican Consular Card
  • LISD Student ID (for student cards only)

If the address on the ID is current, it may be used as proof of current address.

Acceptable proof of address in card holder's name include:

  • Current utility bill
  • Official rent receipt, rental agreement, contract, or lease
  • Car or vehicle insurance or registration
  • Personalized check, savings passbook, bank or credit union statement
  • Voter registration card
  • Paycheck stub
  • Recent postmarked mail (within 30 days)

Age Requirements:

  • Adult, age 18+
  • Teen, age 12-17
  • Juvenile, age 5-11
  • Children are eligible for their first library card when they turn five years old.
  • Children ages 5-17 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian with the identification described above in order to receive a full privilege library card in their name.

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 Card Renewal

Full privilege and student library cards expire every two years. Expired accounts in good standing may renew their library card. To renew a library card, patrons are asked to visit the Accounts Desk with their current government-issued ID, so that Library staff may ensure the security of your account and verify that the information on file is still current. There is no charge to renew a library card.

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Check Out Library Materials

A Lewisville Public Library card is needed to check out library materials. The Library allows up to 25 items to be checked out on a card at one time. Media items such as DVDs, audiobooks, music, etc. are limited to five items per media type on a card at one time.  

Click here for information on loan periods, checkout limits, fines, and other borrowing details based on material type. Items eligible for renewal may be renewed online or over the phone up to three times, as long as there are no holds on the item

Items may be checked out and renewed on one of the Library’s three self-checkout machines. The self-checkout machines also enable a card holder to review their account for information relating to items currently checked out, items on hold, and outstanding fees.

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Renew My Materials

Items eligible for renewal may be renewed up to three times, as long as there are no holds on the item. Click here for information on loan periods and renewals by material type.

Materials eligible for renewal may be renewed at the Library, online via your Library Account, or over the phone by calling the Accounts Desk at 972.219.3570, option 2.

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Returning Library Materials

A drive-up book drop is located off Civic Circle on the west side of the Library and is available 24 hours a day. Items may be returned through the drive-up book drop by 11:59 p.m. of the due date to avoid late fees. Inside book returns are located on the left side of the Accounts Desk.

Items returned through any of our book returns are automatically checked in and cleared from the account. All items should be returned through one of the book returns prior to paying overdue charges at the Accounts Desk.

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Checkout History 

Patrons can view their checkout history online via their Library Account. Manage the recording and display of your checkout history in the Personal Information >> Preferences section in My Account. 

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Fines & Fees

The Lewisviile Public Library does charge fines for items returned or renewed after their due date. For most item types, the Library charges a fee of $0.25 per day per item for items returned or renewed late. Specialty kits, Interlibrary Loan items, and mobile hotspots will be charged a fee of $3.00 per day per item for items returned late. For lost and damaged items, the patrons will also be charge a replacement fee plus a processing fee. Click here for information on fines and fees by material type.

Accumulated fines of more than $4.99 will block the account and prevent further checkout and renewal of print and electronic materials, as well as block access to the Library's public use computers.

A guest pass may be issued to patrons with a balance over $4.99 if:

  • a minimum payment of $5.00 against the overdue fines is made, and
  • there are no no current damaged or lost item bills. Damaged or lost item bills must be paid in full before a guest pass will be issued.

Methods to pay Library fines & fees:

  • Visit the Accounts Desk where a balance can be paid by cash, check or credit card
  • At the self-check kiosks located in the Library lobby with a credit card
  • Online with a credit card by logging into My Account and clicking the Pay Fines button. Click here to log into My Account. Library card number and PIN required to log into My Account.

Parents are financially responsible for all fines and/or fees billed to Teen or Juvenile accounts.

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A hold may be placed on eligible library items with a limit of 10 item holds per card at any one time. Holds may be placed via the online catalog, in-person, or by phone. The Library offers hold-pickup notification by email or phone. Once the item becomes available the Library will hold the item for six days. Only the card used to place the hold can check out the item.

Items may be picked up from the Holds Pick-up shelf located inside the Library on the first floor. Items on the hold shelf are arranged alphabetically by the first four digitals of the card holder’s last name, plus the last four digitals of their library card number. Held items may be checked out using the self-checkout machines. Exception: DVD/Blu-rays and Interlibrary Loan items on hold may be picked up from the Accounts Desk.

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Drive-Up Window

Once you have been notified your hold is available, the drive-up window may be used for hold pickup with prior notification of at least 30 minutes. Please call the Accounts Desk at 972.219.3570,option 2, to make arrangements to pick up your holds at the drive-up window. Accounts must be current and in good standing in order to use the drive-up window. Payment for Library fines/fees and library card renewals cannot be done at the drive-up window, but must be done inside the Library at the Accounts Desk.

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Reset PIN  

A PIN is required, in addition to your library card number, in order to access your library account online. A random PIN was generated and given to you at the time that you applied for your library card. If you have forgotten your PIN, you can reset it online by going to the Library account login page, and clicking on 'Forgot my PIN' and entering your library card number.  This feature will allow you to reset your PIN by way of the email address on file in your library account. If you are unable to reset your PIN online, please visit the Accounts Desk. 

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Lost Cards

To report a lost library card, please call the Accounts Desk at 972.219.3570, option 2. Card holders are responsible for all items checked out on their card. A replacement card may be purchased for $1.00 at the Accounts Desk.

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