Pamlico County Library

603 Main Street
Bayboro, NC 28515


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The Pamlico County Public Library provides a wide range of different programs and services. Being one of nine of the CPC Regional Library, there are endless options for books, audios, DVD's and much, much more.


The Pamlico County Public Library was established on January 23, 1964, when the old law building on the courthouse property in Bayboro was dedicated as the public library. Shelves were built and installed by the  Industrial Arts Department of Pamlico County High School. As a member of the Craven-Pamlico-Carteret Regional Library, books, materials and professional supervision were provided through the regional operation. A part-time librarian was hired and paid by county funds. Plans to enlarge the courthouse in 1975 forced the moving of the library building to North Street where it opened in October 1975.

The new joint school/public library building, the first library of this type to be built in the state of North Carolina, was dedicated on October 29, 1978.

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