Q: Is the Zephyrhills Public Library part of the Pasco County Library System?
A: The Zephyrhills Public Library is a City of Zephyrhills funded facility. In 1999, the library, together with the Pasco County Library System, formed the Pasco County Library Cooperative in order to offer residents of Pasco County a broader base of services. The same library card is used at the Zephyrhills library and the county libraries.
Q: Does the library have fax or copy machine service?
A: The library has a self-service copy machine. Copies are 10 cents each. The library does not offer fax service.
Q: Does the library offer computer classes?
A: The library offers computer classes. Check the library's programs for the next class schedule.
Q: Does the library have internet computers?
A: The library has free wifi and 19 public access internet computers that are available on a first come, first served basis.
Q: How do I get a Library Card?
A: If you live, work, or go to school in Pasco County you can get a free Library Card. Bring something with your name and Pasco County address (see examples below). Juveniles under 16 must have parental/legal guardian approval.
Acceptable forms of ID include:
*Unexpired Florida Driver's License *Florida Voter's Registration
*Pasco County Property Tax Receipt *Personal Checkbook
*Utility or Telephone Bill *Florida ID Card
*Certificate of Residency *Cancelled mail in your name
*Pasco County Business License *Pasco County Employee ID
*Pasco School ID
If you do not have anything with proof of address on it, you can still sign up for a library card with a provisional "unverfied" status, allowing patrons to borrow 2 books.