Read a summary of the library's conversations with the community regarding its 2017-21 Long Range Plan.
View the library's current long range plan.
The Tipton County Public Library provides access to public records in accordance with Indiana Code 5-14-3.
To access public records, library patrons must complete the Request for Access to Public Records form.
Patrons must present a library card in order to check out any materials from the Tipton County Public Library.
The library strives to ensure a collection of materials to meet the community’s needs and reflect the library’s mission.
The library keeps all records confidential, unless authorized by the appropriate jurisdiction.
Borrow a wifi hotspot and take the Internet with you.
All patrons, regardless of age or residency, have access to the Internet for research and information purposes.
The Tipton County Public Library welcomes donation of materials that are useful and in good condition.
The meeting room is available for public use regardless of affiliations of the individuals or groups requesting it.
All patrons must be engaged in activities associated with the use of a public library while in the building.
Library programs support lifelong learning, promote reading enjoyment, and enhance the cultural and recreational interests of the community.
Promote your educational or non-profit event at the library. Certain restrictions apply.
The library offers many services to the public in a safe, comfortable environment.
Our goal of social media use is to increase awareness of library services, materials, and programs.
For the safety of our young visitors, those 8 and under must be with an adult at all times during library visits.
Volunteers support the library staff in order to promote and enrich the library’s mission and programs.
The library provides 3D printing services to the public.