Welcome to the Huntington City-Township Public Library
Curbside services are now available!We are now offering limited borrowing and document printing/copying/faxing via curbside. Click here to learn more.
Visit our COVID-19 Resources page for local, state, and federal resources. From government recommendations to story time alternatives, we’re keeping this page filled with content that can help during this pandemic.
OverDrive and Libby – tens of thousands of eBooks and eAudiobooks at your fingertips
Visit our OverDrive collection to borrow eBooks and eAudiobooks to your smartphone, tablet, or Kindle free of charge.
Hoopla – Instantly read, watch, or listen books, movies, music & more
Hoopla has no waits or holds. Instantly download anything you want to read, watch, or listen to. All free with your library card.
RBDigital – the perfect app for digital audiobook lovers
If you love audiobooks, RBDigital is for you! Like Hoopla, RBDigital has no waits or holds. Instantly download from thousands of free audiobooks, right to your device of choice.
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Contact library staff
This pandemic may have our building closed, but we are still here to help you. Have a question? Need help with something? Contact us using this form, or by emailing email@example.com and we’ll be in touch.
Note: Because our physical libraries are closed, we cannot answer the phone or receive voicemail. Email or the form on the right are the only ways to reach us at this time.
Located in the heart of downtown Huntington, the Huntington City-Township Public Library serves the city of Huntington, Huntington Township and the town of Markle in Indiana with over 160,000 books, movies, music CDs, audiobooks, video games, events, workshops and more. For a full view of the services we provide the community, click Site Menu at the top of the page and explore our website.
See where your tax dollars are spent with Indiana Gateway
Almost all of the money that pays for your library comes from your county taxes. To see those taxes at work, you can use the Indiana Gateway website.
It shows you how much tax support the library receives, your local tax rate, library expenditures, and how all that has changed over time. It also provides financial information for other local government agencies, as well as educational performance data for schools.