Library Services

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  • Reference Services - answers to your questions, in person or online

  • Help using library resources

  • Programs for toddlers, children, teens, and adults

  • A local history collection of books, as well as family and local history files

  • Interlibrary Loan Service (ILL)

  • Incoming and outgoing FAX service - $1.00/page

  • photocopier - black/white [$.15/page] and color [$.50/page]

  • 17 public computers with Internet access, MS Office software, and printer capability

  • Free instruction in Computer Basics, Introduction to the Internet, Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Publisher

  • Wireless internet access

  • 12 laptops available for checkout within the library

  • Outreach Services to our Homebound Patrons

  • Library Express – two 24/7 locations in Crittenden and Corinth to have your books delivered

  • Honor Book Collections – three locations to serve your reading needs

  • Community Room available for reservations. Groups must be a government agency or non-profit organization wishing to use the library premises for civil, cultural, informational, or educational meetings that are free and open to the public. Community Room policy and reservation form is available here.

If we don't have the material you want, we acquire it or borrow it from another library.

Community & Outreach Services

Homebound Services

Offers delivery of books and materials to residents who are unable to visit the library in person. Please contact us via telephone or email.

Library Express

locations in Crittenden and Corinth make it convenient for weekly book deliveries and returns closer to home

  • Crittenden - 104 N. Main St. (Crittenden Fire Station)

  • Corinth - 805 Owenton Rd. (Complete Forklift Repair; formerly Forcht Bank)

Honor Stations

Free books and magazines available to take, read, enjoy, and return while you wait for community services.

Notary Public

*Resuming soon* Drop in or call in advance to see if our staff Notary Public is available. 

Story Walk

*Coming Soon* Through a partnership with Grant County Parks Department, a story walk for families to enjoy while at the Grant County Park is in the process of being available.

GED Testing 

*Coming Soon* The Grant County Public Library has nearly completed all necessary requirements to bring this incredibly important service to patrons interested in receiving their high school equivalency.