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The Pulaski County Public Library would like to Introduce Presley Adams as your new Children's Librarian.

Presley has 10 years of experience working in our Library system and has done an outstanding job working with citizens of Pulaski County.

We are especially proud of the work Presley has done in our Children's Department of the Library. Presley is very dedicated to the children in our community and how important it is that they develop a passion for reading.

Thank you for all your hard work, Presley!


Your Pulaski County Public Library has an Online Survey. You can tell us about your experience at the Library and what we can do to improve your satisfaction. We would love to hear your feedback. Our main goal has always been to serve our community in the best way possible.

Follow this link to the survey:


The Library is now taking applications for a Part-time and Full-time position in the Children's Department at the Main Library Location.

You may apply in person or online at:

For more information please contact the HR Manager at (606) 679-8401


Check out this awesome Drone Footage of the Library!


Donate your CLEAN mascara wands to the Library to help contaminated waterfowl.
Sponsored by the Library and the Somerset Jr Woman’s Club.

Join us for our Annual Haney’s Appledale Farm Tours!
The tour is FREE, however if you wish to pick apples, there is a $5 charge per child.

  • Tuesday, Sept. 24 @ 10a

  • Wednesday, Sept. 25 @ 10a

  • Thursday, Sept. 26 @ 4p

PCPL Library History

The Pulaski County Public Library began as one of many libraries that began as a Carnegie Library. Businessman & Philanthropist Andrew Carnegie established approximately 3,000 libraries in 47 states. In May 1907 the first Carnegie Library of Somerset was completed and dedicated.

Over the years, the Pulaski County Public Library has undergone many renovations, remodels, and moves, to what it currently is today.

None of this could be possible without the love, generosity, and support of the community that it holds dear.