New photo ID self-serve booth open for passports

If you’re thinking about traveling abroad this summer, you may need to update your credentials.

You can save time and money at the Ector County Library since prints are $14.99 with a credit card. Instant ID photos now here are $2 cheaper than Walgreens or CVS, plus, no appointments are ever needed.

Walk-ins are accepted Monday-Friday, 9:30 a.m. to 5:30 a.m., except for noon lunch hour.

This is a one-stop shop with getting your passport renewed or set up, or ideal for a visa. Passport/visa photos are biometrically checked to ensure they meet domestic and foreign requirements. They are valid for more than 30 countries. Good for families. Good for adults and kids alike. It’s quick. It’s easy. It’s discreet. Even take a photo for business purposes. Optional digital copy (for extra) in addition to printed photo. For more detailed info on 3rd floor passports, check out:

The Ector County Library was first established in 1938. It is free and open to the public, serves all ages, has an extensive collection of 200,000 print books, over 20,000 e-books, nearly 100 databases and serves a population of over 170,000 people locally and regionally.