Pickerington Library

bookIn 1915, the then Village of Pickerington became the smallest community to qualify for a Carnegie Library. The library resided in the Carnegie building until the move to Opportunity Way in 1993. The current library needed additional space to provide more services to patrons. Construction began in 2005, and the renovation was completed later that year. Added were a computer lab, meeting room space, private study rooms, and additional space for materials.  Currently, there are two branches of the lirbary:

201 Opportunity Way, Pickerington, Ohio 43147
Sycamore Plaza Library - 7861 Refugee Road NW, Pickerington, Ohio 43147

Mission statement
: Inspire Knowledge, Connect Community, Enrich our World, Read!
Vision statement: A vital involved and evolving community resource, meeting the life-long learning and enjoyment needs of our citizens.

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Fairfield County Library

booksThe Fairfield County District Library shall be a center for lifelong choices of reading, entertainment, and informational materials with an emphasis on excellence in knowledge technologies; free and accessible resources; and customer service.

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