Montgomery Public Libraries (MCPL)

Montgomery County Public Libraries offers free and equal access to services and resources that connect the people of Montgomery County to ideas and information which sustain and enrich their lives. Montgomery County Public Libraries works to be an open, inviting and vital gateway to the information, ideas and enrichment that strengthens our County. A diverse, highly qualified staff continually assesses community needs and interests to support, encourage and inspire our customers.

MCPL has 21 branches located throughout the County, and all except Noyes Library for Young Children are equipped with public use assistive technology. More information about library services for Montgomery County residents who have disabilities is available at Library Services for People with Disabilities and Library Services for People who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing

The Disability Resource Center (DRC) supports library services for people with disabilities in Montgomery County. Volunteers are encouraged to participate in DRC programs and the DRC Library Advisory Committee. Contact the DRC with questions and suggestions or to receive emails about programs:, voice 240-777-0960, TTY 240-777-0902.