About the Mulvane Public Library

The Mulvane Public Library was organized by the Federated Women’s Club in 1921. After an election in 1928, it officially became the City’s Library. The Library has occupied numerous buildings in the downtown area, including the old Pix Theater building for many years. In 2016 the Library relocated to a brand new building at 408 N. 2nd Ave. The new building features a multipurpose room, computer lab, genealogy area, study rooms, comfy seating for people of all ages, and windows!


The Library offers great programs year-round to all ages.  Call us, stop by, or browse our website for the complete listing of services and resources the Library provides the community.


The Library welcomes donations of books and other items. The donated items that cannot be utilized in our collection will go in the Friends Book Sale and the proceeds benefit the Library.


Mission Statement

The mission of the Mulvane Public Library is to provide a well balanced collection of materials and services for community residents of all ages for personal enrichment, enjoyment, and educational needs. The Library is dedicated to promoting literacy and lifelong learning within the community.

To find out more information about the Mulvane Public Library, please visit our website.