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Hondo Residents Price for a Library Card:
Persons who live in or own property inside the city limits of Hondo and have appropriate forms of identification are eligible for an initial library card at no charge.
Non-City Residents Price for a Library Card:
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To receive a borrower's card, a person must present one of the following forms of current identification:
If the form of identification does NOT have the person's current home address on it, additional proof of address/residence is required, example: lease or mortgage paperwork, utility bill, piece of mail received under that name at that address.
The library operates under the support of the City of Hondo through revenue generated from citizens' property taxes and utilities. Although non-city residents may pay county taxes, this revenue is considered county income which does not support the library or local city government. We hope this will help in understanding the procedure used in acquiring a membership.
Monday through Friday 10 am - 6 pm & Saturday 10 am - 3 pm.
Donations are limited to 30 items per patron per month. Encyclopedias, textbooks, magazines, and VHS tapes are NOT accepted. Neither are materials which were stored where animals or mold caused damage nor where excessive dust was present.
Books, Audio Books, ILL Books
Laptops and Wi-Fi Hotspots - Only available AFTER 6 months of active membership
Full replacement cost of item will be charged if not returned.
Prints and Copies
Out Going Fax
Replacement Library Card
Charges for Lost or Damaged Material
If a patron loses a library item or damages an item so that further circulation is impossible, the patron will be charged the full replacement price of the item plus a $3 processing fee. This applies to books, audio books, DVDs and videos. For lost or damaged equipment fees, see the Equipment Policy below.