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
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.
For more information, visit the Kingwood Public Library website.
Library cards are free of charge for all West Virginia residents. Visit the Kingwood Public Library to receive your card.
The Kingwood Public Library offers free internet access for patrons.