Members who reside in the city of Frisco
Members who reside outside the city of Frisco
Library Visitors are welcome to browse and read materials, use public computers and access Wi-Fi, attend library classes*, and use fee-based services such as printing, copying, and faxing.
*Some library classes may require a library card in good standing. For information on how to attend a specific class, refer to the library's calendar.
Library cards must be picked up at the Cards and Accounts desk within 7 days of applying.
All new members must show:
A current Texas Driver's License serves as both the photo ID and proof of address.
If your photo ID does not have your current address, you will need to bring proof of address in addition to the photo ID. Accepted documents for proof of address include: lease agreement, utility bill, car insurance, property tax statement, or mail that has been processed and delivered to your home by the US Postal Service.
For applicants younger than 18 years, your parent or guardian must be present and obtain a card or have a card in good standing.
Do you have a question about membership? Learn the answers to some of our most common account questions.
If you don't have a membership, apply in person or online and visit the library to pick up your no-charge library card.
Frisco Library has reciprocal agreements with these cities. If you would like to get a membership, apply online and visit the library to pick up your no-charge library card.
Visit the library to pay the annual $50 membership fee and pick up your library card.
By applying for a library membership, you agree to the library borrower terms.