The Wilkinsburg Public Library is a medium-sized public library located directly outside of the City of Pittsburgh. Serving the Wilkinsburg Community since 1899, the Wilkinsburg Public Library provides a wide variety of services to all ages, races, and gender. The Wilkinsburg Public Library was founded in 1899 as a branch of the Braddock Library, which was the first Carnegie Library. Over the years the library moved to several different locations, and eventually became an independent community library funded by the Borough of Wilkinsburg.
With a collection of over 75,000 books, magazines, videos, and other resources, the library continues to serve the people of Wilkinsburg and surrounding communities and is now a member of the Electronic Information Network, it can be your library too.