Krum Public Library

803 East McCart Street
Krum, TX 76249


Our History

The Krum Public Library began in 1979 with a shelf of books in the office of the Krum Post Master.  Since that time it has grown to over 16,000 books and is located in a 2400 square foot building.  From 1979 to 1986 the library was run by volunteers.  In 1986 Katherine Boyer, was the first MLS librarian hired.  By 1989 the library was a full member of the North Texas Regional Library System. In the 1990’s the library director’s position was made full-time and a part-time staff person was added.  Currently the library serves a total population of 6,080 which includes the city’s population of 3,800.  The library is located in the northwest corner of Denton County, Texas. 

Our Mission

The mission of Krum Public Library is to  serve the citizens within our service area by providing access to information, technology resources, and programs to address the informational, educational, and cultural needs of the community through its collections, technology, facilities, and services.

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