Documents can be sent to a shared printer upstairs or downstairs. You will release your document from the individual computer and then release it from the printer, where you make your payment of 15 cents per page.
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Teens interested in volunteering at the library must be at least 13 years of age. For more information about our teen volunteer opportunities and the application instructions please see the Teen Volunteers page under the Youth Services tab on the navigation sidebar.
Adults interested in volunteering at the Rockwall County Library or individuals needing to complete community service hours should call 972-204-7700 or ask for information at the circulation desk.
New patrons may check out three items per family on the first day a card is issued, one of which may be a video. After the first three items are returned, they may check out up to 30 items per family.
Children are not eligible to check out DVDs.
Downloadable items do not count toward the maximum per family, however each online service has it's own limits.
Material returned in a book drop after closing is considered returned the next business day.
From the main library menu, select "Resources", then "Databases & Downloads" and then "Downloadable eBooks" and then follow the instructions at the vendor links. You will need a Rockwall County Library borrower card with a current account in good standing.
Pick up a copy in the children's area of the Rockwall County Library or click here.