MOUND CITY LIBRARY

Linn County Library District #4

Our Staff

Ginny Clarke, Library Director

Shirley Snyder
Carol Houston
Laure Beckman
Anna Schneider
Corey Williams
Regina Casner

Contact Us

Phone: (913) 795-2788
    Fax: (913) 795-2801
630 W. Main St
Mound City, KS 66056

Service Hours

Q&A

  • Free Wi-Fi!
  • Computer & Internet Access!
  • Photocopying & Fax!
  • Notary & Laminating!
  • Inter Library Loans (ILL)
  • DVDs for check out, we have over 1500 movies!
  • Regular Books & Audio Books!
  • Magazines available for check out!
  • Books for Sale!
  • Free Magazines!
  • Special events, like Bingo!
  • Children’s Library!
  • Summer Reading Program!
  • Craft in a Bag
  • Farmer’s Market!
  • Assistance with your electronics! (Phone, Tablet, Computer, e-mail) 
  • Main Street Bookwalk! 
  • Obituaries, Yearbooks, and Genealogical Resources! 
  • YouTube!
  • Community Garden!
  • Our Webpage! 

For the time being, yes. We want to abide by the societal norms to protect our patrons & staff from any possible Covid-19 related illness. 

Copies are .20¢ per side & color prints are .50¢ per side.

Fax is $1 for the first page & .25¢ each page after. We provide and send cover sheets for free.

For Lamination, small is .25¢, Medium is .50¢, and large is $1.

Students pay .10¢ a sheet for black and white printing.

We are always accepting your generous donations! We accept books, movies, magazines, audio books, phonographic records, n’ et cetera…
We’ve never had a vehicle donated, but there’s a first for everything. Anything donated that will not be put on our shelves for patron usage will be either put on our sales shelf, our bingo prize shelf, the trash can, or donated to Concern Inc.

We will also accept anything that may help us with our up and coming Community Garden. Tools, dirt, plants, rocks, bricks, sand, gravel pebbles, wood, bird feeders, n’ et cetera. 

No we cannot, but if you check our business catalog, you can easily find tax help nearby.

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