The library does have a copy machine available for public use. To view the costs for these services, please see our fines page. The printer is not equipped to connect wirelessly to patron's laptops, so users will need to save their documents to a flash drive or e-mail it to themselves to access from one of the library's computers. The copy machine can save scanned documents onto a patron-provided flash drive. It can print PDF files that are saved on a flash drive, but other document file types will need to be sent to the printer from a computer.
The Library does not have Tax forms available at the desk. If you have a valid Library card or state ID, you can use the Computer Center to print forms off from the IRS website. You may also call 1-800-829-3676 to have forms mailed to you.
Beginning late-January, representatives from AARP come to the library to offer free tax preparation help. These meetings are by appointment only and space is limited, so call or come to the front desk to reserve a session.
Library staff cannot answer any questions concerning your tax preparation or instruct visitors on which forms to use. Further help and access to tax forms can be found on the IRS website.
The library is not offering GED classes this semester. For other location, please visit the FWISD Adult Education site.
The library does not currently offer ESL or other literacy classes, but a list of area resources and courses can be found on the Tarrant Literacy Coalition website.
The library does provide voter registration and change of address forms at the front desk. The library can mail the form for you, but we are not responsible for the processing of your application or the issuing of your registered voter card by the capitol. The library also serves as a voting location for most elections. Any registered voter can use the library to vote in early elections but must go to their designated district on election day. More information about voting locations and dates can be found on the Tarrant County Election Office website.
The White Settlement Public Library partners with the Tarrant County WIC program to offer the WIC Nutrition Education Library Plan.
Books are provided for use in the Library. They are available in English and Spanish. Covered topics include food, nutrition, and eating. Participants may choose a book, read it, and answer a short questionnaire. A library employee will then sign the questionnaires and participants will turn them in to their WIC clinics.
At this time, the library does not have the ability to proctor exams. We do not have a Notary Public, but there are notaries at City Hall.