About the Library
The Pilot Point Community Library seeks to enrich the lives of Pilot Point and the surrounding communities by providing opportunities and resources for individuals of all ages and backgrounds to learn, connect, enjoy and discover.
The Pilot Point Community Library opened its doors on May 4, 1975 due to the tireless efforts of the 19th Century Club and other local organizations. The first location of the Library was the old Fire department building; a building that had been in use since 1906. In 1990, the Pilot Point National Bank gave the current building to the City of Pilot Point which turned it into the Library.
The Pilot Point Community Library provides free library cards to all Denton County residents, City of Tioga residents, and all Pilot Point ISD students. Services are available to all others for an annual fee.
The Library offers programming for the entire family from preschoolers through adult. Our friendly and professional staff is eager to serve you. Welcome to the Pilot Point Community Library.
The library collection contains over 18,000 items including:
- Audio books on compact disc
- DVD movies
- Newspapers and magazines
Library patrons may use our library to utilize electronic reference resources, access the Internet through our WiFi or use the Library’s Internet computers. Other services the Library offers are:
- Book-a-Librarian service (by appointment for patrons who need one-to-one help)
- Exam proctoring
- Fax services (out-going only)
- Inter-Library Loan Service (ILLS)
- Photocopying and printing (in black / white and color)