General Donations

The library gratefully accepts monetary donations. For convenient online payments through PayPal, access the button below.

Cash and checks (made out to the Lake Travis Community Library) can be submitted in person or mailed to:

1938 Lohmans Crossing
Austin, TX 78734

Contributions of any amount are always accepted and greatly appreciated. After payment is received, the Lake Travis Community Library will mail a thank you letter including tax deductible information.

Capital Campaign – Lake Travis Community Library West

With rapid population growth in western Travis county, many residents are living without access to a local library. In 2023, the district purchased a property in Spicewood that will need comprehensive renovations to transform it into a fully functioning library. Help us reach a fundraising goal of $1 million by considering a naming opportunity.

Book Donations

The Friends of the Library accept book donations any time the library is open. They do not accept Reader’s Digests or encyclopedias and ask that all donations be in good condition.

Your contributions will be used to support the Friends of the Library Bookstore!

Randall’s Good Neighbor Program

Sign up for a Randalls for U account through Then, send an email to [email protected] and ask them to link your account to program #878. Make sure to include the phone number used to set up your Randalls for U account (this is the same phone number you use at the register when shopping).

Friends of the Library

The Friends of the Library is a 501(c)(3) organization and eligible for corporate matching programs. Checks may be made out to the Friends of the Lake Travis Community Library and mailed to 1938 Lohmans Crossing, Austin, TX 78734. Please read the bylaws and minutes for more information.

Thank you for supporting the library!

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