About the Meyersdale Public Library
Established in 1939 by the local Women's Club, the Meyersdale Public Library has grown through the years into a vital resource, recognized for its quality of services to this rural region. The library maintains an extensive collection of more than 36,000 books. Seven computers offer Internet access and software programs to the public, and Wi-Fi is available. Our thanks to the Pennsylvania State Department of Education and the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation; their support has made our technology resources possible. We are a 501(c)3 non-profit organization receiving very little support from our local governments, and tax deductible contributions are welcome.
The Meyersdale Public Library is located at 210 Center Street in Meyersdale, PA, which is in Somerset County, southwestern PA above the Western Maryland panhandle. Follow 219 South from Somerset or 219 North from Route 68 through the Casselman River Valley between Mount Davis on the West and the Allegheny Ridge on the East. Come and visit us!
Our hours are: Monday through Friday, from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. and on Saturday, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. We are closed for most public holidays.
Libraries are not just about books, but about problem-solving through information. Our focus is to provide information resources, local history and genealogy services, and a creative and welcoming environment for children.
The vision of the Meyersdale Public Library is to enhance the lives of those in our community by providing opportunities for patrons to attain their goals and realize their personal and professional potential. We hope to achieve this through quality programming, resources, technology, education, and information.