How much does a library card cost?
Library cards are free to all Watauga residents. Proof of residence is needed when registering. Watauga Public Library has reciprocal agreements with North Richland Hills, Bedford, Hurst, Saginaw and Blue Mound. Cards will be issued to the residents of these cities with no charge. The residents of Watauga may receive a card from these libraries at no charge. Library cards issued from the libraries in Fort Worth, Keller, Haltom City, Burleson, Benbrook and Richland Hills to their residents may be used at the Watauga Public Library. All other non-residents may obtain a card for an annual fee of $40.

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1. What are your hours?
2. How much does a library card cost?
3. How old does my child have to be to get a library card?
4. How many books/DVDs may I check out?
5. Does the Library have eBooks and eAudiobooks?
6. Can I renew my books?
7. Can I place a hold on a book?
8. Do you have a fax machine?
9. When is Story time? Do you have any programs for toddlers?
10. Watauga Public Library is a Family Place Library. What does that mean?
11. What do you have for children during the summer?
12. Do you have any books on phonics?
13. Can newspapers and magazines be checked out?
14. Do you have resources to help children learn foreign languages?
15. Do you offer tutoring?
16. Do you have Internet available for the public?
17. Do you offer GED classes?
18. Do you offer ESL classes?
19. Do you have Microsoft Office installed on the computers?
20. Do you offer Computer Classes?
21. Do you have back issues of the Fort Worth Star Telegram?
22. Am I able to access the library's catalog from my home?
23. How can I find out if the library has a certain book?
24. Does the library need volunteers?
25. Can the library help me with my community service hours?
26. Can youth volunteer at the library?
27. Does the Library have English as a second language (ESL) material for adults?
28. Does the Library have a meeting room I can rent?