Serving York County, S.C., the York County Library is headquartered in Rock Hill, with branches in Clover, Fort Mill, Lake Wylie and York. In addition, the Library provides its Bookmobile, which visits nursing homes, daycares and other locations throughout the York County community, and homebound and outreach services.
Continuing its commitment to learning for education and entertainment, the York County Library offers a variety of free programs for adults, teenagers and children. From local author visits to theatre performances, everyone can find something to meet his or her interests. The Library also provides classes for learning to use computers and the Internet.
Along with its collection of books, periodicals, audio books, DVDs and video cassettes, and more, the York County Library offers numerous electronic resources through its website and its numerous subscription databases, most of which can be accessed round the clock from any computer. With computer terminals featuring Internet access, educational software and more available at the main library and each branch, York County Library is well-equipped to meet the needs of the community in this digital age.
Quick Facts about the York County Library
Over 2,300 people per day visit one of our libraries or the Bookmobile.
Over 894,000 books, magazines, and audio/visual materials were checked out of our libraries last year.
Nearly 393,000 were children's materials.
Over 44,000 children and adults attended a program at the library.
Library staff processed over 210,000 individual requests for information.
Over 80,000 people in York County have valid library cards.
The mission of the York County Library is to enrich and sustain the lives of the people of York County by providing library services that meet their informational, recreational, and lifelong learning needs.
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