If you want to check out a device or equipment from BiblioTech, you have to be a registered patron, but anyone can use our computers, printing and faxing services. We are also always happy to give tours of our facilities, help you troubleshoot issues with your devices or give you more information about any of our platforms.
The BiblioTech East grand opening was held on April 19, 2018. The branch is located at 1203 N. Walters, on the corner of Walters and Burnet. This branch is co-located inside an apartment complex, but is open to the public. Parking is available across Burnet Street. The VIA bus stop closest to the branch is Stop Number 71666, serviced by VIA Route 515. VIA Stop Number 82367 is also very close to the branch, and is serviced by VIA Route 24.
BiblioTech South is located at 3505 Pleasanton Road, inside the Precinct 1 County Building. Parking is available in front of the building and in the lot to the South. The VIA bus stop immediately in front of the library is Stop Number 76636, serviced by VIA Routes 44 and 243.
BiblioTech West is located at 2003 S. Zarzamora, on the corner of Zarzamora and Brady Streets. This branch is co-located inside an apartment complex, but is open to the public. Parking is in the back, off Brady Street. The VIA bus stop immediately in front of the library is Stop Number 47597, serviced by VIA Route 520.
Central Jury Satellite
Our Central Jury satellite location, located at 101 W. Nueva, is open Monday-Thursday mornings when Bexar County juries are called. This small location doesn't offer any computer services and serves as an information desk for jurors.
At the BiblioTech branch libraries, you can get a physical, plastic card to replace your online registration barcode ID. You can also come to the branch to register, if you do not wish to register online. All of our branches offer free WiFi and free public computers. We also have free scanning and faxing, as well as paid copying and printing (15 cents per page for black and white, 30 cents per page for color). We have events and classes at each branch, and you can also check out devices from our branches.
We at BiblioTech strive to make our services accessible to all Bexar County residents so that they can use our services to enrich their lives. We do this by meeting community members and students where they are, in both location and understanding of technology. Since we are a non-traditional library, we understand that there may be a technology learning curve. This is why we offer personalized training of our services. Training may include group presentations, one-on-one technology training, and training videos (made in-house). We tailor our presentations to each audience, ranging from Pre-K students to senior citizens, parent groups to the Rotary Club, and large community events to small neighborhood meetings.