Licking County Library
The Licking County Library is comprised of seven permanent locations and the Bookmobile, providing service throughout most of Licking County. Formerly known as the Newark Public Library, the library system became a County District Library System and changed its name to the Licking County Library in 2008, on its 100th birthday. The newest location, the Broad Street 24-Hour Library, opened in September of 2016. The Broad Street location is the first twenty-four-hour automated library in Ohio, and one of only a few in the nation.