Adults and teens (16+) who live in the City of Keller may get a free library card by bringing in a picture ID and proof of residency. Children below the age of 16 need a parent or guardian with them to obtain a card.
Please note: It is not uncommon to have a "Keller" mailing address or attend Keller ISD schools, but live in other municipalities (i.e. residents of the 76244 zip code). To determine if you are a City of Keller resident, simply conduct a quick property data search at www.tad.org. Keller residents will have "City of Keller" listed as a taxing jurisdiction.
Keller High School Students
All students currently enrolled at Keller High School in grades 9th - 12th are eligible for a free, full access library card. To obtain their Keller Library card, students must bring proof of enrollment, such as the student’s schedule in HAC (Home Access Center) on their phone or a Keller High School student ID.
Teens (16+) may get a free library card by bringing in either a picture ID with proof of residence. A parent is not required to be present for children ages 16+ to obtain a library card.
Residents of cities belonging to the MetrOPAC libraries (Fort Worth, Watauga, Haltom City, Richland Hills, Benbrook and Burleson) may use their respective cities' library cards at the Keller Public Library.
Residents of other cities also have the opportunity to purchase a non-resident card for an annual fee of $25. Senior citizens (62+) are entitled to a 50% discount off this fee.
The Keller Library does not accept the TexShare card at this time. For a list of libraries that do, see the Texas State Library's TexShare page.
Contact the Circulation Department at 817-743-4830.