Library Services

Ask a Librarian

We’re available to help you find information and answer questions during open hours. We’ll be glad to assist you with locating materials and will do our best help you use library resources.

Book-a-Librarian

Need help using tech? Want help downloading and using our digital library resources? Book an appointment with a librarian for one-on-one help with a research librarian.

Genealogy Help

The library can help you with obituary searches. Send us an email at refdesk@enid.org. Further assistance is available with the Garfield County Genealogy Society. Contact them on the Garfield County Genealogy Society website.

InterLibrary Loan

Need a book that the library doesn't current own? Use our catalog to request the item for free from another library.

Notary Services

The library has multiple notaries on staff. Stop by the service desk during business hours and ask for a notary or give us a call at 580-234-6313.

Homebound Book Service

Free delivery service to help those who are elderly or disabled and cannot get to the Library still check out books and other materials. Call 580-616-7183 for information or assistance.

Events for All Ages

The library has a wide variety of events and programs for all ages. Visit our event calendar for a full list of current activities.

Special Collections

  • Large Print: Books of non-fiction, mysteries, and westerns can be found on the east side of the first floor.
  • Oklahoma History: Find a collection of information about Oklahoma, especially Northwest Oklahoma, in the Marquis James Room, located on the second floor of the library.
  • Genealogy: Find genealogical materials on the 2nd floor of the library.
  • Spanish Language: A collection of materials written in Spanish is available. Find Spanish materials for adults on the second floor of the library. Spanish materials for children may be found in the children's department.
  • U.S. Citizenship: Our U.S. Citizenship Corner is located on the second floor of the library as well as other citizenship and language learning books and DVDs.
  • Microfilm: microfilm of the earliest Enid newspapers dating back to the Land Run may be found on the 2nd floor of the library.

2 Comments

  1. Amber D Swiggart on May 14, 2019 at 9:34 pm

    I’m looking for the history of the property at 616 w maine in Enid. In 50s or 60s it used to be a partial diner. What was the name of it? In would like history of this building. Please help

    • Michaelene on May 16, 2019 at 8:17 am

      We are forwarding your message to our research center. We’ll be in contact! Thank you!

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