Our Mission

The Wimberley Village Library welcomes and supports its patrons in the enjoyment of reading, pursuit of learning, and exploration of ideas. The library is committed to serve as a gateway for patrons to its current collections, the Internet, other electronic and media information as it emerges, and its Interlibrary Loan program. The library is designed to assist in lifelong learning for all residents of the Wimberley Village Library District and Texas. The library’s staff will strive to offer individualized service and convenient access to quality information and materials. The library’s staff will keep library collections, related resources and facilities current as the community evolves, limited only by the district’s fiscal resources.

Our Vision

The goal of the Wimberley Village Library is to serve as a catalyst for engaging the community to Read, Connect, Discover.


Board of Trustees

Name Position Expiration of Term
Dell Hood President Dec. 31, 2019
Aileen Edgington Trustee Dec. 31, 2019
Carol Sicuro Secretary Dec. 31, 2020
Bob Denton Trustee Dec. 31, 2019
Sharon Criswell Vice President Dec. 31, 2020

The Trustees are elected by popular vote of the residents of the Wimberley Village Library District at a general election. The election is held in November, with two Trustees being elected in even years and three in odd years.

The Board of Trustees holds their regularly scheduled meetings at 1:00 PM on the second Thursday of each month. The meetings are held in the Friends Multipurpose room of the library. An agenda is posted seventy-two hours prior to each meeting at the entrances to the library, at the Hays County Courthouse, and on the library’s web site . Special meetings are held as called by the board president with at least seventy-two hours notice prior to the called meeting. Persons desiring to submit agenda items should do so in writing to the president at P. O. Box 1240, Wimberley, TX 78676 in sufficient time to allow for the publishing and posting time requirements.

The public is welcome and encouraged to attend board meetings. Persons wishing to speak at the board meeting should request to do so in writing to the board president at the address above in time to be placed on the agenda. If it is not possible to meet the time requirements for the agenda posting, then the person may address the board, but matters brought may not be discussed by the board until a subsequent meeting when it is on the published agenda.