Kingwood, WV USA


Kingwood Public Library

Kingwood’s first library opened in 1941. Years later, the Kingwood Volunteer Fire Department donated land to the City of Kingwood so could have a new library constructed. This new library, which is still in operation today, first opened to the public on September 3, 1968.

Kingwood Public Library
205 W Main Street
Kingwood, WV 26537
Phone: 304-329-1499

About the Library

Today, the Kingwood Public Library offers a wide array of events and educational services. Upon merging into the state’s largest inter-library lending consortium in 2020, the Kingwood Public Library become able to offer its patrons the opportunity to borrow books from 109 other libraries.

Library Yearly Events:
  • Preschool story hour
  • Children’s summer activity programs
  • Children’s Christmas part
  • Used book sales

For more information, visit the Kingwood Public Library website.

Use the Library

Library Cards:

Library cards are free of charge for all West Virginia residents. Visit the Kingwood Public Library to receive your card.

Internet Access:

The Kingwood Public Library offers free internet access for patrons.