Am I allowed to leave my children at the library?
We encourage all parents and guardians to make their child's library experience a family experience.

As of January 27, 2015 the Greenville City Council implemented the following policy regarding minors in the library.

Children under the age of 12 must be accompanied by a responsible caregiver of age 13 and older while in the library. If the caregiver is under age 18, there must be no more than 3 children for whom that caregiver is responsible. The children must be within sight of the caregiver at all times.

Thank you for helping us keep your children safe by complying with this policy.

Parents are responsible for their children’s behavior while in the library.

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1. How do I access the Free eBook Library?
2. Why do I have to pay a non-resident fee if my address states I live in Greenville?
3. Am I allowed to leave my children at the library?
4. How many items am I allowed to check out?
5. Is there only Northeast Texas information in the Northeast Texas History and Genealogy Center?