2107 E. 61st Street North
Park City, Kansas 67219
Phone: 316.744.6318
Fax: 316.744.6319


Randy Browning provided us with a tour of the library on Google. 

We thank him for the work and invite you to follow the link.  Park City Public Library Tour



Monday & Tuesday 9am – 7pm

Wednesday – Friday 9am – 6pm

Saturday 9am – 1pm



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  Share IT  (search library items)

Our library catalog is now online.  Select the logo above to go to the Catalog.

To log into the library's catalog to place holds and renew your items please log in using the log in button in the upper left corner.

Use the last 5 digits of your bar code as the user ID and your last name as your password.


Example Bar Code:     000012345

Example Name:    John Public

User ID:     12345

Password:    Public


Sunflowerelibrary.org is our partner for Ebooks.  Use the barcode on your library card as your id.


They are also a good provider for Audio Books.

Here are some links to different places for audio and digital e books.


First is the State Library's site  http://www.kslib.info/digitalbooks.html  
This site will link you to many other sites.
Most will require you to have a state library card.  You may get a state library card at this or any library in the state.
Project Gutenberg has many classics to download and read for free.
One Click is from the State Library

Sample This Book


We now offer wireless printing for those who bring their laptop to the library.

Follow this link to the print page.


New patrons may obtain a library card with proof of current mailing address and legal identification.  

Our library has computers available for research and surfing the Internet. 


We Have Wireless Access.


We can make photocopies and send/receive faxes.


The Park City Public Library is always accepting volunteers.

We have teen volunteers who work on the projects and crafts for story time.

We currently have Volunteer positions available for our Friends of the Park City Public Library Group. Please contact Len Warren (744-6318) for additional information. Please stop by the Library to pick up a volunteer application. The Friends of the library works on the Friends bookroom and on the Halloween and Christmas parties.


Len Warren Library Administrator  lwarren@parkcitypubliclibrary.com 


Melissa Johnson - Library Technician  mjohnson@parkcitypubliclibrary.com


Stan Hernandez - Library Technician  shernandez@parkcitypubliclibrary.com


Braden Jessup - Library Technician  bjessup@parkcitypubliclibrary.com


Levi Unruh - Library Technician   sunruh@parkcitypubliclibrary.com

Board Meetings and Special Meetings
The Library Board meets in the library on the 2nd Thursday of the month. Library Board meetings are open to the public.
All meetings begin at 7:00 PM  To apply for the board, fill out the application and turn it in at the library or city hall. 
Special meetings: KOMA (Kansas Open Meetings Act) requires notification of board meetings and when a "Majority of a quorum" meets for special meetings. Meetings will be announced here as needed.
Library Board Members: 2016
Chair: Linda Holsey:  
Vice Chair: Diane Kilts
Secretary: Kristin Wolke
Treasurer: Judy Taldo
Members:Judy Decker, Jennifer Woodson, Jason Brabander, Lois Huddlestun
Mayor: Ray Mann
Mission Statement
Mission Statement:
The Park City Public Library provides materials and services to help community residents obtain information meeting their personal, educational and professional needs.  Special emphasis is placed on supplying adults with current reading materials; on providing reference services to students and other information seekers; and on making facilities available for local individuals, organizations and agencies to do community work.  The library serves as a learning and activities center for all residents of Park City.
Park City Public Library Policies
The Park City Public Library Policies have been approved by the Library Board Members and selected policies are posted here for public knowledge.
Patron Conduct
In order to provide an environment in which all patrons may safely and freely use and enjoy the library, some expectations regarding patron conduct must be enforced. All patrons observing proper conduct in the library are allowed to freely make use of the library. Those whose conduct is disruptive to library operations and other patrons' use of the library may have the privilege of using the library abridged or denied to the extent necessary to deal with the problem.
No list can be exhaustive, and any conduct which disrupts the library is prohibited. However, conduct which may lead to denial of library privileges includes, but is not limited to, the following.
1. damaging library property
2. threatening or harassing patrons or staff members
3. possession of a weapon unless in performance of official duties
4. bringing animals into the library except those needed to assist a disabled person
5. eating or drinking
6. smoking
7. playing of audio equipment so that others may hear it
8. talking loudly enough to disturb others
9. use of a cell phone in a manner that disturbs others; cell phones should be set to silent or turned off, and when talking on a cell phone, persons should either use a low conversational voice or move to the foyer
10. body odor so offensive as to disturb others
11. soliciting or selling items in any public area, and in staff areas unless authorized by the senior staff member on duty
12. anything which may be reasonably expected to result in injury to self or others
13. any illegal activity
Patrons indulging in improper conduct may be asked to cease that conduct, to move to another location or activity, or to leave the library; severe or recurring problems may be dealt with by barring use of the library to the individual involved, or by making library use conditional. In general, the least restrictive means which effectively deals with the conduct should be employed. Minor problems should be dealt with by the staff member observing it; more serious or recurring problems should be handled by the senior staff member on duty. Only the Director or library board may bar an individual indefinitely from use of the library. Police should be called when conduct is illegal, when it poses a threat to the library or an individual, or when an individual refuses to leave the library when asked to do so.
When any serious incident or one in which an individual is asked to leave the library occurs, the senior staff member on duty will prepare a written account for the Director by the end of the next working day.
Library Board approved 4/07
Public Access Internet Policy
The internet is a wonderul information gathering tool along with books, periodicals and other resources, which is why we are pleased to offer this service for public use. Although much valuable information can be gathered from the internet, be advised that not all material is accurate or reliable. It is up to each individual to determine a site's accuracy.
Therefore, the following policies have been established.
1. The library staff is available to help, but is not able to provide in-depth searching or computer assistance.
2. Printing is .10 per page, black and white / .50 per page color
3. Patrons who wish to save items may do so using their own disk or flash drive.
4. Computer usage is limited to one hour per day. When all computers are not in use, extra time may be permitted. Extra tickets may be issued when the computers are available with the patron's understanding that they will be asked to forfeit their time if another patron needs the computer.
5. This is a public library, sites deemed inappropriate/pornographic will not be allowed.
6. Patrons must comply with copyright laws.
Patrons who violate these policies will be given a verbal warning and a copy of this policy. If the problem continues the patron will have their computer privileges suspended.
2nd offense Computer privileges removed for two weeks
3rd offense Computer privileges removed for one month
4th offense Computer privileges removed permanently
Library Board approved on 4/9/09
Unattended Children
1. The library does not provide care or supervision of children, except to the extent needed to uphold library rules of conduct and use, and does not accept responsibility for such care. Parents or other caregivers are responsible for their children's behavior.
2. Children under the age of ten may not be left unattended in the library. An adult (eighteen years of age or older) must be present with children under the age of ten.
3. Children age ten and older may be left unattended providing they are mature enough to stay alone and observe proper conduct. Such children are subject to the same rules of conduct as other patrons and the same consequences, including being asked to leave the library. This possibility should be taken into account when deciding whether to leave a child unattended in the library.
4. Children of any age with mental, physical, or emotional problems which render supervision necessary shall be accompanied by a parent or other caregiver at all times.
5. Children left unattended in the library in violation of this policy may be considered a child in need of care, and the matter referred to the Department of Social and Rehabilitation Services or other authorities.
Library Board approved on 4/9/09