Search for a public library near you.
Directions for searching: Start typing your address with city and state (example: “Eufaula, OK”). Then select your location from the dropdown and click the search button. (Or allow the map to use your geolocation when prompted.)
Once you get results from your search, click on “more info” to view the county and/or library system, as well as the library’s contact info and hours of operation.
Oklahoma is currently home to 214 legally-established public library sites. These libraries are branches of county or multi-county library systems, or are administered by local municipalities. In addition to these official public libraries, our locator also lists a number of volunteer libraries around the state.
Oklahoma has 8 public library systems:
- Eastern Oklahoma District Library System
- Metropolitan Library System
- Pioneer Library System
- Southeastern Public Library System
- Southern Oklahoma Library System
- Southern Prairie Library System
- Tulsa City County Library
- Western Plains Library System
Don’t forget! Your library can provide you with a world of information beyond its four walls…. Ask your librarian about interlibrary loan!
Any library in the county of your residence is available for you to use.* Also, if your library is part of a “Library System,” you can check out materials from any of the partner libraries in that system.
*With the exception of Coweta Public Library. Since this municipality falls within two counties, the library lends only to those who live within the city of Coweta.
If you see any inaccurate information about the library locations, please contact Website Management.