Huntsville Public Library
Transforming Lives, Enriching Families, Building Community
Is your library card about to expire?
The Huntsville Public Library reopened on Monday, October 26, 2020 under the guidance of City Officials. Our hours are currently 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. & 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. on Mondays through Fridays. With our current safety measures, we are only able to accommodate fifty patrons inside the building at one time. Per Governor Abbott’s Executive Order 28, all persons must wear a mask unless they are under the age of 10 or have a medical condition. The library’s book sale will be open. Limited computer access will be available on a first come, first served basis. Limited computer assistance will be offered in an effort to maintain social distancing. Meeting room reservations will not be available, and the library’s reading furniture will be inaccessible. For more information, please call the library at 936-291-5472.
Additional ways to continue enjoying library resources:
Our collection of free ebooks and audiobooks are still available to patrons through Libby and OverDrive. To better assist our patrons and encourage literacy, the library will allow people who have less than $5 in fines to access this free digital resource.
Learn a new language from the comfort of your home! Access Pronunciator for free using the library’s subscription.
Due Dates & Item Renewal:
The Book Drop is open. Patrons may call the library at 936-291-5472 or text GABBIE at 936-274-7204 if they need assistance with their library account or interlibrary loan items.
The library is not able to accept donated items at this time. While we appreciate your generosity, we ask that you wait to donate items until the library is open.
Thank you for your patience as we adapt to new ways of engaging with the community.
Downloadable ebooks, audiobooks, and movies!
Includes thousands of full-text magazines and newspapers, WorldCat (35 million library records), Science and Literature databases, on-line encyclopedias, etc.
Fold3 offers the web’s premier collection of original military records, gathering the best U.S. military records, photos and stories from the Revolutionary War to more recent conflicts.
A fun and free way to learn any of 80 languages with self-directed lessons, live teachers, movies, music, and more.
A comprehensive online source of information for conducting genealogical research.
Access to more than 200 million records for New England, New York, and beyond.