Noble Public Library
204 N. 5th St.
Noble, OK 73068
The Noble Public Library provides library service to the City of Noble and the surrounding community as one of 12 branch libraries that make up the Pioneer Library System.
The Noble Public Library serves as a hub for community access in many ways. It houses multiple meeting rooms, access to computer use and Wi-Fi internet, a variety of program opportunities for all ages, and access to not just the materials inside the building but a total of about 700,000 items that are part of the Pioneer Library System's collection.
A popular feature is the Coman Culbert Community Room, a versatile meeting space added to the library in 2006 after a donation by the estate of Coman Culbert, a longtime library supporter in the community. It is used for many library and community events throughout the year.
All residents of Noble, as well as anyone who lives, works, attends school or owns property in Cleveland, McClain or Pottawatomie counties, is eligible to have a library card free of charge.
Learn more about the library, including many digital resources that can be used anytime, by visiting our website, www.pioneerlibrarysystem.org/noble or calling us at 405-872-5713. Also, smartphone users can find out more by downloading the Pioneer Library System Connect App on iTunes or Google Play.