A computer access card entitles you to use the public computers at any Irving Public Library location. Each customer may have up to three sessions a day; sessions can be up to an hour in length. Check out the Computer and Internet Policy (PDF) Opens a New Window. for more information. NOTE: all Irving libraries offer free public Wi-Fi and access to wireless printing.
You must have a card to sign onto a library computer. Computer Access Cards do not include checkout privileges or remote use of electronic resources, including online databases, streaming video, and downloadable media.
Non-residents may either pay $5 for one month's access or $10 for a year's access to library computers.
Replacement cards are $2 each.
The first Computer Use Only Card is free for residents.
Renewing a Computer Access Card
You may renew an expired Computer Use Only card by visiting the library and presenting a valid photo ID and a separate current proof of address ID for verification. Non-residents and those who can not provide an current address ID will need to pay the applicable fee to renew the card.