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About the Library

The Greeneville/Greene County Public Library was founded in 1908, and moved to it's current location in front of the Big Spring in 1976. Today it serves the more than 70,000 residents of Greene County with a collection of more than 50,000 physical items and thousands more digital titles.

The library also offers community events and classes, computer and internet access, printing and copying, notary services, and meeting space at our location of 210 North Main Street in Greeneville.

Through the T. Elmer Cox Genealogical and Historical Library just across the street at 229 North Main Street, we offer extensive archives of local interest and help research family histories.

Located in front of Greeneville's Historic Big Spring site, the library is a picturesque place to study, attend community events, learn new skills, and discover your new favorite books, movies, and more.

All about the Library's Rules and Procedures.
Browse or search the catalog of available titles at our location.
Learn about the library’s online offerings, including eBooks, audiobooks and more.
Access the full library of offerings available through the TN Reads website, or the Libby or Overdrive apps.
Tennessee residents have access to a huge collection of information and resources through the Tennessee Electronic Library
The archive of materials at our T. Elmer Cox Genealogical Library includes more than 20,000 items
See all the upcoming classes and events happening at the Greeneville/Greene County public library.
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