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Phone Number:
707 E. College St.
Seguin, TX 78155

Library Hours
Monday - Thursday
9:00 am - 9:00 pm
Friday & Saturday
9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Holiday Closures

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  • How much does it cost to print/make copies at the Library?
    Printing and Photocopies are $0.15 per page.
  • How old do you have to be to get a library card?
    There is no minimum age requirement for library card holders. Young children may get a library card if they can write/sign their name on the application form and the library card.
  • How much are late fees?
    For Seguin Public Library materials late fees are $0.15 per day (maximum of $2.50 per item) and for Interlibrary Loan materials the late fee is $.50 per day (no maximum)
  • How much does it cost to replace my Library card?
    The cost of replacing a Library card is $3.00 per occurrence
  • If I don't live in Guadalupe County, how much do I have to pay for a library card?
    Out of County Residents must pay a privilege fee of $10.00 per year, unless they have a TexShare card from their home library
  • How much do I have to pay if I loose or damage a book, audiobook or DVD?
    If you loose or damage a material you will be billed the replacement cost + processing fee
  • Can I send and receive faxes at the Library?
    Yes, you can send and receive faxes at the Library. The cost of faxing is $1.00 per page
  • Does the library have headphones for the public to watch You Tube videos or to listen to music?
    No, the Library does not have headphones for public use.  You can purchase a pair of Earbuds at the Library for $2.50
  • Can I scan documents at the Library?
    Yes, you can scan documents at the Library. For privacy reasons, you must bring a USB Drive to save your documents.  If you do not have a USB Drive, you can purchase one at the Library for $5.50
  • Does the Library have Internet Access?
    Yes, the Library has twenty seven workstations with fast and direct connection to the Internet. The Library provides Internet access with no age restrictions, so parents are encouraged to be involved with their children's Internet use. Please read the Library's Internet and Public Computer Use Policy.
  • Does the Library have Free Wi-Fi Access?
    Yes, the Library offers free wireless access. To access the Internet, simply launch your web browser.  The Library staff is not trained to troubleshoot your wireless deviceā€”if you want to use this service, you are expected to be familiar with your own equipment. Please read the Library's Wi-Fi Access Policy
  • Does the Library has a meeting room for public use?
    Yes, the library has a meeting room with a seating capacity for 49 people. The room is available free of charge for civic and educational groups during library hours. Reservations must be made in person at the library.  You can reserve the room up to one month in advance.
  • What online/electronic resources are available at the Library?
    The Library provides access to electronic resources such as TexShare, Ancestry Library Edition, Morningstar, Newsbank, Mango Languages, Brainfuse, Freegal, Tumblebooks and Ebooks and Audiobooks downloads.
  • How big is the Library Collection?
    The Library owns a collection of over 60,000 materials, including books, dvds and audiobooks. The collection emphasizes popular adult fiction and non-fiction, as well as materials for children and teens. We continuously add new books, and are always interested in your recommendations.
  • Does the Library have Genealogy and Local History materials?
    Yes, the Library has local history and genealogy research materials, such as Sanborn Fire Insurance Maps (microfilmed), family histories, yearbooks, historic photographs and microfilmed copies of local newspapers back to 1891. The Library also provides onsite access to Ancestry Library Edition.
  • If I need help finding information or have questions can the Library staff help me?
    Yes, you can call, email or stop by the library and ask questions. All of your questions are important to us and will be answered quickly and accurately under the guidance of a Reference Librarian.
  • If the Library does not own a book, DVD or BOCD that I am looking for, can you borrow it from another library?
    Yes, materials that are not owned by the Library can be borrowed through Interlibrary Loan and in most cases the service is free.

Online Resources

Lone Star Digital LibraryDigital Downloads

ebooks for kids

Freegal Music

Brainfuse HelpNow
Brainfuse Help Now

Mango LanguagesMango Languages

Newsbank: Seguin Gazette-Enterprise 2005 - Present


Ancestry Library Ed.
(In-library use only)
Ancestry Library Edition

TexShare DatabasesTexShare Databases