[bigmessage]A wide variety of resources are available to patrons of the Casey County Public Library.[/bigmessage] Since it first opened its doors in 1976, the Casey County Public Library has established itself as the focal point of the community as a resource for information, education, knowledge and pleasure. With a collection of over 51,000 books, periodicals, VHS and DVDs, audio books, genealogy items, and the availability of interlibrary loan services, our library offers a wide variety of material to our 15,000+ registered patrons. We also feature:
- Book Collection: Over 51,000 books for people of all ages are currently available.
- Bookmobile: A regular schedule of stops within Casey County via the CCPL Bookmobile is available to those unable to use the main library. Call (606) 787-9381 for more information if you or someone you know has need of service or click here for route information.
- Genealogy Resources: The Library offers a large genealogy section for patrons interested in genealogical research. For more information on Casey Co. genealogy, click here.
- Special Needs: Materials for those with disabilities may be requested at the check-out desk. A ramp and accessible rest rooms are also available.
- Adult Resource Center: Career guidance, college catalogs, resume writing, GED training and more.
- The Kentucky Collection: An impressive collection of books, art, magazines, and historical relics all by, from, or about Kentuckians is readily available to patrons.
- Public Access Computers: Ten computer stations are available free to the public for word-processing, resumÃ© typing, CD-Rom programs, online research, database access, etc.
- Internet Access: The Library offers internet access as part of its continuing effort to ensure that members of the community have the right and means to free and open access to ideas and information. Wireless connection is also available.
- Community Room: This room is available to the public for civic and service meetings.
- Fax Service: Facsimile services are available to the public. Documents may be transmitted and received for a fee comparable to other agencies who offer this service.
- Tax Forms: A wide selection of free Federal Tax Forms are available from January 1 to May 1. Reproducible and online forms are also available at a copy-per-page cost.
- Copying Facility: A copying machine is located in the Library for patron copying needs. Please check at the front desk for pricing.
- Audio-Visual & Electronic Materials: A wide variety of databases, audiobooks, music VHS tapes, DVDs and microfilm are available to the public; most of these are for checkout.
- Periodicals: The Library subscribes to over 80 periodicals which include magazines and newspapers. Some are available for checkout while others are kept as reference materials.
- Large-Type and Audio Books: A large collection of books on tape and books with large, bold type are available for reading ease.
If you have any questions regarding our resources or services, please do not hesitate to contact the library.