Welcome! The Bartlett-Carnegie Public Library is housed on the 2nd floor of our beautiful building with a collection of 52,000 books, videos, audio books, and DVDs. Those needing internet access can visit our library and use any of our patron computers during library hours. Our library also includes magazines and news papers which are available for checkout. Our database collection includes Mango Languages, Brainfuse Job and Resume Center, and Testing and Chitton.
If you are interested in Genealogy, please visit our Genealogy Department located on the 1st floor of the Bartlett-Carnegie Sapulpa Public Library building. This department houses a large collection of microfilm & microfiche accessible to the public, as well as digital references such as Ancestry.com, Heritage Quest, and Fold 3.
Located just north of the library you will find our Library Annex, which offers literacy services to those in need. Classes are available for those learning how to read as well as classes for volunteers who would like to help serve as possible volunteer tutors.
Our Mission Statement It is the goal of the Bartlett-Carnegie Sapulpa Public Library to seek to and continually provide a variety of library resources to the community. These include books, audio books (books on tape or CD), Videos, DVDs, CDs, newspapers, magazines, reference materials, and technology to the community. We seek to provide access to innovative technologies for staff and patrons, to improve the quality of life for meeting the informational, educational and cultural interests of the community.
Our library also strives to provide with excellence:
• A pleasant environment for children and adults learning to read
• A consistent level of high quality service to make everyone’s experience at the library as easy, pleasant, and as comfortable as possible
• An environment where parents will work with their children to promote learning experiences on the computer together
• An environment that encourages reading, learning and thinking
• Allows those who want to borrow and return library materials, use materials or study in the library, or obtain staff assistance to do so as easily as possible.