How to Get a Library Card

Simply bring in a valid Oklahoma photo ID or Driver's License AND a current Utility Bill that is in YOUR NAME for residency authentication. Accepted Utility Bills include: Electric Bill, Water Bill, Internet, Cable, Gas, Trash and Landline Phone. Cell phone bills are not accepted.

Patrons living outside Wagoner County will be charged a small fee.

For more information please call 918-485-2126

Wagoner Public Library

The Wagoner Library is located at 302 N. Main and has moved beyond the traditional "check-out-books" function.  Bring your Kindle, Nook or other e-reader and download e-books. If you don't find the ebook you are looking for, email the eBook Coordinator.

A large number of movie DVDs are available, and books not stocked in the library may be ordered on loan by emailing the Book Loan Coordinator or the Circulation Coordinator. Computers with high speed internet access are available for public use in the library, and the friendly staff is available to offer assistance.

The Library has a state of the art Video Conferencing system with high speed internet which is available to the public.  A reservation for its use is required.

You can search for books to help your student with their AR goal using the Accelerated Reader Bookfinder.

The library also conducts an extensive series of programs designed to improve children's reading each year during the summer months.  A schedule and more information may be obtained by emailing the Children's Coordinator.

For other questions or comments, please contact the Library Director by calling 918-485-2126 or emailing.

Wagoner Literacy Center

Friends of the Library's Literacy Center is also located in the historic Carnegie Library at 102 S. State Street. The Wagoner Literacy Center's mission is to improve reading skills, assist in studying for GED tests, and work with the school system in improving students literacy skills. Basic and intermediate level computer classes are offered either by classroom or one-on-one sessions. Services are available Monday through Thursday from 10am until 3pm. All services are free and volunteers are always needed. For more information or to volunteer call 918-485-2741 or email us.

Tutoring Available

We Tutor People Who Wish To:

  • Learn to Read
  • Improve Reading Skills
  • Work on getting a GED
  • Computerized GED Prep
  • HiSET
  • Basic Computer Classes
  • Learn English as a Second Language
  • Help Obtain U.S. Citizenship


Three Forks Genealogy Society

The Three Forks Genealogy Society is located in the historic Carnegie Library and has an extensive collection of material such as city funeral and birth records, cemetery records for the county-Indian Tribal Roles, school year books from 1915 and many Oklahoma records from statehood.  For more information, visit us at 102 S. State Street, call 918-485-2741 or email Three Forks.