About the Library
Our history and mission.
The Milton Public Library has been serving the community since 1923. It is currently located on 6 acres of beautiful manicured lawn that showcase an abundance of cherry trees. The stone house was purchased and the renovations completed in 2012.
The $4 million dollar project offers a 11,000 square foot library, learning facility and rental space opportunity. It’s truly a library unlike any other in the state of Pennsylvania.
The library retains multiple pieces of the original architecture including a wall safe, two fireplaces and the front doors from which our logo is derived.
The Milton Public Library’s mission is to inspire lifelong learning, advance knowledge, and strengthen our community.
Our principles guide us to provide equitable access to information and service to encourage social responsibility, sustainability, and curiosity.
Statement of Inclusivity
Milton Public Library is for everyone regardless of race, religion, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, education, beliefs, income, heritage, and physical or mental capability. We accept all dimensions of diversity and actively oppose all forms of racism, intolerance and exclusion.