Features catalog records and locations for materials owned by over 1700 school, public, academic and special libraries in Pennsylvania. Available online at our branches, or through our website, www.pcpl.org
Listen to a book at home or on the road. Cassettes and CDs are available. We now offer downloadable audiobooks.
Arranged alphabetically by person.
Free card issued to Pike county residents. Must bring identification showing name and address.
Located at all branches. They are open when we’re not. A bookdrop is also located at Bushill Falls Road in Lehman Township.
Fall and Spring Book Sales are organized by the Friends of PCPL. Book donations for the sales can be dropped off at any branch.
Board books, picture books, easy readers, juvenile fiction, magazines, reference materials, videos, DVD’s and audiobooks on cassettes and CD’s designed for pleasure, reading or homework help.
Regularly-scheduled Preschool Story Hours and Summer Reading Programs for young people. All are free and open to the public.
Computer terminals are available at all branches for word processing and Internet searching.
Dictionaries, Encyclopedias, Almanacs, Etc.
Ready-reference materials are available for your use at all branches.
Dingman Township Branch
Located on Log Tavern Road, near the intersection of Route 739 in Dingman Township. Call for information, 570-686-7045.
Information on businesses, organizations or associations.
Donations of money or needed items to the library are much appreciated.
Adult patrons may check out up to a total of four of these items.
Our e-mail address is email@example.com
Arranged alphabetically by author.
Fines are charged for materials returned after the due date. Fines for books, audiobooks (cassette and CD), music (cassette and CD) and magazines are 10 cents per item per day. DVD and video fines are $1.00 per day. Maximum fine is $10.00 per item.
Friends of Pike County Public Library
An organization that seeks to improve the library and its services. Membership forms are available at the library.
Trace your family roots. PCPC offers in-house and remote access to HeritageQuest, and access to Ancestry.com at its Milford and Dingman Township branches.
Celebrate a birth or anniversary or honor a loved one through our Gift Book program. Ask for details at any branch.
Main Branch (Milford)
Monday - Thursday 10am-8pm
Friday and Saturday, 10am-5pm
Dingman Township Branch
Monday and Tuesday 10am-8pm
Wednesday and Thursday 2pm-8pm
Saturday and Sunday 12pm-4pm.
Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday 2pm-7pm
If we don’t have it at PCPL, we’ll order It for you through our Interlibrary Loan service. Limited to three items per person per week.
Internet access for web searching or e-mail is available at all branches for patrons ages 16 and older. Beginner Internet classes are also offered.
Babies and children to age 16 may be issued a library card when accompanied by parent or guardian.
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Located in the St. Luke’s Center on Route 590 in Greeley. For information call (570) 685-3100.
Large Print Books
PCPL offers a selection of large print books through a rotating collection service through our district library in Scranton.
All books, magazines and audiobooks (cassette and CD) and music (cassettes and CD) are checked out for 14 days.
DVD and Videos are checked out for 7 days. Local History Historical information on Pike County and its inhabitants.
Magazines Over 120 titles are available through our three branches. Back issues are kept from 6 months (weeklies) to one year (monthlies).
Main Branch (Milford)
Located at 201 Broad Street in Milford. This branch also headquarters our Administrative offices. Call (570)296-8211 for information.
A special section displays new adult fiction and non-fiction for several months before they join the rest of the collection.
The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Middletown Record, Pocono Record, Pike County Dispatch, The Gazette, Pike County Courier and The River Reporter are available.
Arranged by Dewey Decimal number.
At least one branch of PCPL is open every day of the week, except holidays. Check branches for their schedules.
Copiers are available at all branches for patron use. Cost is 25 cents per page (15 cents for students and senior citizens.)
A comprehensive reference resource from the Commonwealth of PA. Features thousands of magazine and newspaper articles from EBSCO, encyclopedias, AP photo archives, maps and more. Available online at the library or through our website, Power Library.
PCPL’S programs for adults teens and children are designed to meet the cultural, educational and recreational needs of our patrons.
Have a question? Need help with homework or research? Ask in person or call one of our branches for help.
Items may be renewed if there are no reserves. Renew in person, by telephone or online.
Reserves may be placed on library materials by filling out a reserve card at any branch, or by calling any of our brances, or placing a hold through our website. Place a reserve.
Items may be returned to any library branch during business hours. Book drops, for use when the library is closed, are located near the entrances of each branch. A book drop is also located at the Bushkill Corners Convenience Store located on Bushkill Falls Road in Lehman Township.
School Reading Lists
The Accelerated Reader,Scholastic Reading Counts and and Summer Reading lists from local schools are available at the library. We have supplemented our collection with many books from the lists.
Our goal is to give patrons courteous and efficient service (with a smile!)
Federal and state tax forms are available at each branch, beginning in January. Patrons are responsible for knowing which forms they need.
Guided tours of the library are available for small groups of all ages.
Our telephone answering machine is on when we are closed.
Interested in volunteering at the library? Ask for a volunteer application form at one of our branches.
Our Young Adult collection at each library features materials designed to meet the needs of today’s teens.
The Paul Zindel Young Adult collection at each of our branches has been named in honor of the late Pulitizer Prize-winning author, who has been supportive of PCPL and its young adult patrons.