Copy machines are located on the first floor in the Copy & Print Center. The Library provides one black & white and color copiers. Black & white copies are .15¢ per page and color copies are .50¢ per page. Payment is made at a coin/dollar bill machine connected to the copier. At this time, the coin/dollar bill machines only accept coins and $1 or $5 bills.
The Library Document Station is located on the first floor in the Copy & Print Center. The Document Station allows users to scan documents and photos, then send them to a smartphone, email, USB drive, Microsoft OneDrive, or Google Drive account. The scanner is an 11" x 17" flatbed scanner with a document feeder. All scanning features are free of charge. The Document Station also offers outgoing fax service at $.50 per page. A fax cover sheet is automatically added by the system at no additional cost. The Document Station is not able to receive fax.
An electric typewriter is located on the second floor of the Library near the north windows. Customers must provide their own paper for the typewriter. There is no charge for using the typewriter.
The microfilm/fiche reader is located on the second floor of the Library near the north windows. Stop by the Adult Services Desk for assistance. There is no charge for using the reader. Printing from the microfilm/fiche reader is available in black & white at $.15 per page. Click HERE for a list of local newspaper back issues available on microfilm at the library.
Does your phone need a quick charge? Two courtesy charging stations are located in the Library--one on the first floor, next to the pillar at the bottom of the staircase; the other on the second floor, next to the catalog computers at the top of the stairs. Each charging station features eight charging connectors: three Apple Lightning, one Apple 30-pin, three micro USB, one USB type-C. Patrons are responsible for the security of their device.
Voter Registration Cards
Voter Registration Cards are located at all Library service desks. For information about Texas Voter Registration, visit the Texas Secretary of State website or VoteDenton.com.
The Library is an IRS tax form distributor. All forms sent from the IRS can be found on the Tax Form shelf located on the first floor, near the stair case and large type books. To obtain additional tax forms and publications, visit www.irs.gov.