Salado Public Library

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About us...

The Salado Public Library is located at 1151 North Main Street in Salado, Texas. The Library provides free services to all residents living within the Salado Public Library District boundaries and surrounding communities. 

The library provides the Salado community with books, audiobooks, movies, magazines, e-books, e-audiobooks, databases, public computers, laptops for check-out, and faxing/printing services. In addition to these items, we have free WiFi, computer and internet training, job searching resources, reference assistance, storytime, and special events. 

Our friendly and professional staff is eager to serve you. 

Our Mission:  The Salado Public Library exists to encourage a love of reading and to promote lifelong learning opportunities.

The Guiding Principles for Our Library

Satisfy Curiosity: Lifelong Learning & Reading: 

A library that provides lifelong learning service helps address the desire for self-directed personal growth and development opportunities.

Stimulate Imagination: Reading, Viewing and Listening For Pleasure: 

A library that provides current topics and titles helps to fulfill community residents’ appetite for information about popular cultural and social trends and their desire for satisfying recreational experiences.

Create Young Readers: Emergent Literacy:

A library that provides the proper materials, involvement of parents for children’s reading readiness, and encouragement of the love of reading through story times and reading programs helps to prepare young children for success in school.

Connect to the Online World: Internet Utility:

A community in which everyone has access to computers and the internet is better in countless ways.  Its members have more opportunities to let their creativity blossom, to see new ideas come to fruition, and to join together in efforts to make the places they live better.

Visit a Comfortable Place: Public Spaces:

A library that provides a commons environment helps address the need of people to meet and interact with others in their community and to participate in public discourse about community issues.