How to Get a Library Card

You will be required to bring in a valid Oklahoma photo ID or Driver's License AND a current Utility Bill with YOUR NAME on it for residency authentication.

Accepted Utility Bills include: Electric Bill, Water Bill, Internet, Cable, Gas, Trash and Landline Phone.

Persons living outside Wagoner County will also be required to bring in the same Identification and residency authentication as listed above and charged a small fee.

For more information please call 918-485-2126                                           

Wagoner City Public Library

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The Wagoner City Public Library is located at 302 N. Main and our hours are:

Monday - Thursday 9am - 6pm; Friday 9am-5pm and Saturday 10am - 2pm

Our phone number is : 918-485-2126 ; Fax #: 918-485-0179;

e-mail is

 The library has moved beyond the traditional "check-out-books" function.  Bring your Kindle, Ipad, or other e-reader and find out how to download e-books.  If you have any questions or need assistance, you can email the EBook Coordinator at: or call the library.

A large number of movie DVDs and books are available. 

Books not stocked in the library may be ordered on loan by emailing the Interlibrary Loan Coordinator at:

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 this Accelerated Reader Bookfinder link below.

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 at:

For other questions or comments, please contact the Library Director Janie Barnett by calling 918-485-2126 or email us at

Summer Reading Program Schedule


Three Forks Genealogy Society

The Three Forks Genealogy Society once located in the historic Carnegie Library and has moved to the Wagoner City Public Library. Our extensive collection of material such as some funeral home records, cemetery records, county-Indian Tribal Roles, some school year books from 1915+, and many assorted Oklahoma records from statehood are in the process of being scanned and digitized.  For research information, or information on how you can help us with the digitization, visit us at 302 N. Main Street, call 918-485-2126 or email us at

Tutoring Available

Wagoner Literacy Group

Not available at this time.