Plano is committed to engaging, enriching, and educating the community through services, materials and programs offered at five libraries spanning the city.
The Plano Public Library System:
Is a valued focal point of the community, with more than 9,000 items checked out each day, more than 32,000 patron visits each week, an average of 165 programs each month, and more than 2.5 million website hits each year.
Provides a lifetime of support, with literacy based storytimes starting at birth, programs and resources to engage school-aged children and teens, and myriad adult and senior services.
Brings families together with free educational and entertaining events about science, math, music, animals, weather, and more.
Gets citizens working with free computer training, job search classes, online career resources including study guides and test preparation, and local business information.
Offers a human search engine, with professional staff that goes beyond Google, putting reputable research at a patron’s fingertips.
Has a library conveniently located within five miles of every household, providing free access to more than 700,000 items including books, DVDs, and CDs, and many different online learning resources.
Serves as a virtual library open 24/7 with informational resources available through the website.