Bridge City Public Library

Welcome to the Bridge City Public Library

Our mission is to be a library serving as a lifelong learning, informational and entertainment resource center for the community.


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TexShare Databases:

Try these databases filled with magazine articles, encyclopedia entries, and other materials to help you discover more on any subject, from general interest to business, hobbies, and more. Please see your librarian for a username and password.     

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  • AR/Renaissance: Look for your AR books.
  • Las Sabinas, 1975 thru 2011 are now accessible online. Quarterly publication of the Orange County Historical Society discussing the history of the area and genealogy of residents through essays; oral histories; newspaper articles; letters; records of births, marriages, and deaths; photographs; cemetery records; court proceedings and public records; family Bible entries; and other historical documents. 
  • Bridge City Community Info:  Bridge City community info, crime  and school ratings, and local real estate overviews all in one spot.  There’s no cost or registration required, this is purely an educational resource for  patrons.
  • Internal Revenue Service:  Need help from the IRS?  You can usually find it online! 
  • Texas Workforce: Offers help with job search, unemployment, training, etc.
  • Legal Forms:   Find forms such as divorce, wills, etc. for your legal needs.
  • Medical Sites: Find help with medical issues.
  • Testing Sites: Helps you study for and gives sample tests for GED, SAT, etc.
  • Free Test Prep: Free online resources for students to prepare for ACT,GED,SAT.
  • Government Sites: Federal, state and local government sites.
  • Health Insurance: The Health Care Marketplace coming soon!
  • Good Reads: Find book reviews, top sellers, author interviews, and news  headlines.
  • Job Search:  Additional job search websites.
  • Unique Sites:  Sites of interest.
  • Entertainment: IMDb
  • Go Direct:  U.S. Treasury Requiring Electronic Federal Benefit Payment. You must switch to electronic payments by March 1, 2013.
  • Texas Virtual Academy:  Texas Virtual Academy and K¹², in partnership with ResponsiveEd, give students in grades 3–12 the chance to learn in the ways that are right for them. 
  • Tuition Funding Sources:  The website represents 24 years of scholarship research that has produced the largest source of scholarships in the world.  The scholarship database has been displayed in the Smithsonian.  The website is free of charge and 100% non-commercial.
  • Online Schools in Texas:  Texas Online Schools is here to help you receive the education you need to become competitive in today’s cutthroat job market.
  •  The complete list of accredited online college degree programs and online degree programs.
  • Build your own resume:  Our free resume builder will help you create a professional resume that you can save to your computer. Save time and money with us instead of using expensive resume writing services.   Career Igniter
  • Career QA:  Explore a career that you are interested in and want to learn more about.
  • Finance QA:  Get your financial question answered.