107 S. Elizabeth Avenue

Kirbyville, Texas 75956

409.423.6191 (phone)

409.423.3664 (fax)



  • Copies (.15 per page)
  • Faxing ($1 per page)
  • Projector Check-out
  • Inter library loan

Popular Services Available at the public library include:

210 South Elizabeth Avenue

Open: Tues-Fri. 9:a.m.-6 p.m.

409.423.4653 (phone)

409.423.5545 (fax)

The Kirbyville Public Library is an accredited library through the Texas State Library Archives and Commission (TSLAC), holds an active membership with the Texas Library Association (TLA), and on average serves over 100 patrons on any given day of the week.


The library offers a number of services including a full-service adult computer lab, children's computer lab, nearly 20,000 books in print, audio books, digital media and reference material.  In addition, the library provides ongoing programming for adults, teens and children, alike.


For more information about the Kirbyville Public Library's history, services and programming visit their website at www.kirbyvillelibrary.org.

This mission of the Kirbyville Public Library is to provide materials and services to help community residents obtain information meeting their personal, educational and professional needs.  Special emphasis is placed on supporting students at all academic levels and on stimulating young children's interests and appreciation for reading and learning.

The Kirbyville Public Library Advisory Board is compiled of volunteers  from throughout the area who serve at the pleasure of the Mayor and City Council to assist the Library Director in programming, finance, and budgeting.   Members also serve as liasions between the library and its community to ensure the needs of the patrons are being met by the services offered.

Library Advisory Board

A word from the Director . . .

Kirbyville Public Library

  • Notary Public - $6
  • Passport Processing - $110 per adult applicant; $80 per child
  • Divorce Packets - $6-$12
  • Important tax documents/forms

"Our library is an essential part of our community; It preserves our history and ensures our future."

-Amanda Barlow, Director