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Crockett County Public Library

About the CCPL

Students attend program at Crockett County Public LibraryCrockett County Public Library serves patrons in over 3,000 square miles of rural West Texas. The Library was founded in 1965, moved to its present location in 1985, and completed an expansion and re-modeling of the building in 1999. The Library offers a collection of almost 40,000 volumes of Fiction, Non-Fiction, Children's, and Reference, in both print and electronic formats. This includes books and audio materials, with a large collection on Texas and the West, Genealogy and Local History, and a selection of Biographies. Our Reading Room is stocked with the latest magazines and newspapers. In addition to the books CCPL has to offer, the Library also offers numerous other services to the public, such as free Internet Access, Laminating, Federal Tax Forms, FAX service, and a color copier. 

Our Mission

The mission of the Crockett County Public Library is to broaden and extend the learning experiences of all people in our community. We strive to accomplish this through diverse services and resources collected in a variety of formats. The Library is devoted to informal education that allows each person to pursue their own educational, recreational and professional needs and interests, laying special emphasis on supporting students at all academic levels and stimulating young children's reading free of costs and with a minimum of institutional restriction while serving as a learning and cultural center for our community. It is within the context of changing technology and keeping pace with current events that the CCPL offers free computer access to the Internet.

The goals of the CCPL are to support and enrich public education, to increase access to information by providing an adequate facility and number of materials to serve a community the size of Ozona, and to provide services for all segments and ages of the community. We follow the American Library Association in upholding the policies of the Library Bill of Rights Freedom to Read. The same standards of intellectual freedom, privacy, and confidentiality for traditional print media shall be applied to all electronic media.

Try Our eReader cloudLibrary App!

You are also welcome to use our cloudLibrary app to read digital books. Contact us at 325-392-3565 for login information.


Check out these links to Online Early Literacy Resources for Families and Caregivers! It's filled with links for educational games and digital storytimes.