508-695-1784 or EMAIL
Building OPEN beginning Monday, July 13
with limited hours and services, Grab and Go Mentality. Call ahead for quick holds pick up.
Monday - Thursday:
10:00am - 12:00pm and 1:00 - 3:00pm (closed from Noon to 1:00pm for cleaning and lunch)
Wednesday: 4:00 - 7:00pm (closed from 3 - 4:00pm for cleaning and break)
Friday: 2:00 - 5:00pm
Vulnerable Population Hours: Thursdays 10:00am - 12:00pm
*Contactless Takeout will continue during these hours, if you prefer.
*One person per family, preferred.
*30 minute time limit on public computer per day.
*No chairs & tables are available.
Closed on Sunday
We are closed on all state and federal holidays
SUMMER HOURS BEGIN JUNE 8 through Labor Day
Closed on Saturday & Sunday
GPS Directions: 198 South St. Plainville, MA 02762
From Route 495 take exit 15. At bottom of ramp take Route 1A South past the Wrentham Outlets. We are 2.4 miles down on right hand side. a brick building with a clock tower.
From Route 152: Take Route 106 towards Plainville. Take right onto Route 1A. We are on left about 1 mile down.
Your Library is...
a proud member of the
SAILS Library Network and Mass Regional Library System
and a 2020 Certified Library by Massachusetts Board of Library Commissioners
For more information on State Aid and Certification please go the the MBLC web site. or read this message from the library [pdf]
The Trustees of the Plainville Public Library are:
Plainville Public Library Vision Statement
The Plainville Public Library will be an essential public asset for the informational and recreational needs for the townspeople of Plainville, which will exceed their expectations in every way. The library will enrich, empower, and educate our community in varied and suitable formats in an environment that is welcoming, clean, safe, comfortable and user-friendly.
Plainville Public Library Mission Statement
To provide the greatest possible access to the widest range of resources for all the residents of Plainville; to satisfy the diverse reading needs and interests of the community; to promote reading and literacy; to foster learning and lifelong education; to encourage the natural inquisitiveness of each individual; and to treat each person with dignity and respect.