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Yes. You can access your account at our website. Simply log in with your 13-digit library account number found on the back of your library card (no spaces), and your last name in CAPITAL letters as your password. You can see the titles you have checked out, the holds you have placed and any fines or fees that you owe.
In Person: (*) Programs, StoryTime, Summer Reading Club, book discussion clubs, and much more - all for various ages. (*) Computers, including laptops for government-use needs, are available for everyday use. (*) MakerSpace facilities - woodworking, crafting, gardening, etc. - are available at a few of our branches. (*) Book-A-Librarian 1-on-1 assistance/training is here, by appointment, for help with technology, research, mobile devices, homework. (*) Meeting rooms for non-profit use. (*) Study rooms for quiet needs. (*) Animal Tags for Dogs & Cats - at the Hudson Regional Library only. (*) Bus Passes (*) Voter Registration (*) Volunteering is always welcome! Online: (*) EContent - online borrowing, streaming, downloading, researching, learning, reading, listening. Database resources for all. (*) OverDrive's large selection of digital content from a distance. (*) hoopla's music, movies, comics, television, ebooks, & audiobooks - all for streaming and/or downloading. (*) Flipster's 30+ magazines plus past issues, to take on your next vacation. (*) Events Calendars, by branch, showing community activities and library programs to plan your next visit to Pasco County Libraries!
Besides books for all ages, our extensive library catalog collection includes eBooks, videos, DVDs, book, CDs, book-tapes, magazines, newspapers, audio-visual kits (books and audio CD or tape), adaptive toys, ukuleles, cameras (limited locations), launchpads, and e-readers. We offer digital content to download or stream, including books, movies, music, comics, and much more. We also offer online tools and tutorials for research and learning, such as lynda.com, techboomers.com, GALE database resources, and much much more. All by simply using your free library card!
If you reside in one of the surrounding counties that are a part of the Reciprocal Borrowing Agreement, you may obtain a "reciprocal" card with partial privileges, once you fill out a registration form. Surrounding counties are identified within the Reciprocal Borrowing Policy. If you reside in a county that is not a part of the Reciprocal Borrowing Agreement, Pasco County Library offers "non-reciprocal" cards with full privileges of all services, for an annual fee of $25. Please see the policy for details.
Please be aware of our Internet and PC Use Policy.
Yes, bus passes are sold at all library branches. For details, contact any branch, or visit Fares and Bus Pass Information for more information about pricing. General information can be found on the Public Transportation page.