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"Librarians are tour-guides for all of knowledge."
The Jackson County Public Library is more than just books! We provide a multitude of services to help our community.
Below you can learn more about the services and resources that are available to you.
Our Notary Public is available Monday-Friday, please call for availability.
Notary services are available at no cost, but donations to the library are accepted. Please bring a valid photo ID, all signees must be present, and do not sign any documents before arrival.
We have a private telehealth office that is equipped for GED testing.
Our seed lending library is a place where you can borrow seeds for free. When you plant the seeds, let some go to seed, then return some of these next generation seeds for others to borrow.
Hotspots and Laptop computers are available to residents who need computer access for completing schoolwork, applying for benefits, and applying for work.
Our Bookmobile is available for residents of Jackson County. Who are unable to access the Library in person.
We offer multiple rooms, available to reserve for parties, clubs, and large group gatherings.
For one hour appointments, check out one of our Librarians to assist with computer or phone issues, such as creating an email account or writing a resume.
Our Kentucky Room offers a multitude of resources to help with your genealogy research.
Although our library materials and community programs will always be free of charge, there is a small charge for these additional services.
Black&White $0.20 / Color Prints $0.40
$10 cutoff, for pages after 10.
$2.00 per individual page
Posters are 24"x36"
$10 deposit to either keep or return for a refund
Manual Book $35/ DVD's $40 or cost
$6 deposit to keep or return for a refund
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Dylan is the front man here at the library. You can find him scouring the shelves for the newest book from your favorite author, or chatting with a patron about their day. He is currently serving on the McKee City Council, and looks forward to further serving his community through the Library's programing.