The library will be closed June 2 for Strategic Planning & Staff Development.
You can now send print jobs to ePRINTit mobile printing and pick them up at the library!
Or simply email the information/files firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com if you want color prints ($0.25/page).
Try the new online catalog – nclscatalog.org
Curbside pickup of your holds and requests is always available.
Founded by Gerrit Smith in a July 17, 1853 letter, the library was built in the grand style of Norman castles during 1855 & 1856, and first opened to the public on June 14, 1857. The Oswego Public Library underwent a $6 million renovation from 2004-2008 and has continued serving all area residents from the Castle on the Hill. The Oswego Public Library is also a national historic landmark and America’s oldest public library still in its original building.
Our library is able to operate with the support of our local Friends of the Library. They are also on Facebook.
We also have a local Bookmobile that brings books around to our local community in the summer; you can learn all about them here.