The mission of the Plymouth Public Library is to provide library services to all eligible people.  This includes individuals and groups of every age, education, philosophy, occupation, economic level, ethnic origin, and human condition.   The Library's broad purpose, based upon provisions in the Indiana Code, is fulfilling "the educational informational, and recreational interests and needs of the public."  More specifically, the library helps people to keep up with change in all areas, educate themselves continually, become socially and politically aware, be more capable in their occupations, develop their creative abilities and spiritual capacities, appreciate and enjoy literature and art, and stimulate their own personal and social well-being.  Activities of the library should be in accord with these basic purposes.

Library Policies

  • Bring  your library card with you each time.

  • DO NOT loan your card to someone else.  It is just like a credit card.  YOU are responsible for materials checked out on your card.

  • Fines are assessed on overdue items.

  • Patrons are responsible for taking care of the library materials they hold in their possession.  Any damaged materials may result in the patron being assessed a fee so the material can be replaced for the use of other patrons.

Click here to read all the library policies.