The Albertville Public Library offers 86,000 books, CDs, and DVDs for loan to the community. The Children's Section boasts more than 22,000 books with sections for Easy Readers, Junior Fiction (Chapter Books), Nonfiction, and Biographies. Hard copies of our local paper, The Sand Mountain Reporter, and The Albertville Herald dating back to the early 1900s are available. The Winston Walker, Jr. Rare Books Room houses a collection of first edition books, works written by Alabama authors, The Albertville High School Mountaineer Yearbooks, and a collection of Civil War books. Additionally, the Albertville Public Library online tools and resources.
The library has 12 public Mac computers and free WiFi for the community to utilize. Please read the Albertville Public Library Internet Use Policy before using one of the computers. To read the complete Albertville Public Library Policy Statement click here.
The Albertville Public Library provides residents of Albertville and Marshall county (within 20 miles) with free membership to the library. If you are not a resident of Marshall County, you can get a library card for a one-time $10.00 fee. New card-holders may checkout up to three items on their first visit. Books may be checked out for up to two weeks, with a possible one two-week renewal allowed. There is a 10 cent overdue fine added each day that each book is overdue. The overdue fine for DVDs is $2 per day. Patrons can check out up to 25 books, 5 audio books, and 3 DVDs. There is no minimum age to get a library card.
200 Jackson Street
Albertville, AL 35950
Monday: 10:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m.
Tuesday - Friday: 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Saturday: 9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. (winter only)
NEW RESOURCE FOR THOSE STUDYING FOR THEIR DRIVER'S TEST
The Albertville Public Library Staff Backs the Blue! We appreciate and support the Albertville Police Department and all other law enforcement.
Left to Right: Pam Burgess, clerk; Cindy Maddux, cataloging; Janet Watkins, clerk; Tonia Blevins, shelving and cleaning; Terri Barnard, children's services; Karen Harper (recently retired), and Lisa Rowell, Library Director.