Our copier :
- prints in color or black/white
- has a document feeder
- hole punches
- makes double sided copies
Little Free Pantry
We have two shelving cases devoted to storing non-perishable food and other items donated by the community, for the community. Anyone may take what they need from the Pantry. There is no cost or paperwork.
The LFP is stocked entirely by donations.
Notary Public services
This service is currently unavailable until further notice.
We offer outbound faxing at 25 cents per page.
We have 20 Chromebooks available in the library for patron use. All are available for checkout or in-house use. They will connect automatically to our Wi-Fi network.
Overdue Chromebooks will be remotely disabled.
We have 14 hotspots available for take-home checkout.
Overdue hotspots will be remotely disabled.
We almost always have a staff member on duty able to answer questions and help you find items! Come by the library during any of our operating hours, or call the Information Desk at 972-780-5052.
Displays and Reading Lists
Our monthly displays highlight all sorts of subjects and authors throughout the year! Come to the library to see this month’s display.
We also have a collection of reading lists. Some of these are based on themes, such as books to make you laugh. Others are lists of award winning titles.
TexShare Card Program
Duncanville participates in the TexShare card program. This allows Duncanville residents to go to other libraries for free after getting a TexShare card. Residents of other cities may acquire a TexShare card from their home library and bring it to Duncanville to obtain free limited borrowing privileges. For more information, click here.
This service allows Duncanville cardholders who live in the city to request items belonging to other libraries and have them mailed to the Duncanville Library for a $3.00 postage fee. Patrons may search for and request items here or speak to a library staff member.
Cardholders who live in Duncanville may access the TexShare databases from home with their library card number and the library’s super-secret password. We’re not allowed to post it here, so please come in.
We have three study rooms currently available for individuals or small groups on a first-come, first-served basis. Our programming room is also available when not in use by the library. Children and teens must be accompanied by an adult in order to use the study rooms. If you are looking for a venue for a party or a larger group, the Recreation Center offers meeting rooms for rent (scroll down to just below the hours.)
Room availability subject to change based upon library needs.