The library is located at 500 East High Street, the intersection of High and Washington Streets, in downtown Pottstown. Parking is available on High Street and behind the building.  The library is accessible by public transit - SEPTA Route 93, PART High Street Westbound and Eastbound, and PART Philadelphia Premium Outlets

  Hours 2017 Holidays
Monday 10am-8pm  President's Day - Mon, Feb 20 
Tuesday 10am-8pm  Memorial Day - Mon, May 29
Wednesday 10am-8pm  Independence Day - Tue, July 4
Thursday 10am-6pm   Labor Day - Mon, Sep 4
Friday 10am-6pm  Veteran's Day - Sat, Nov 11 
Saturday 9am-1pm Thanksgiving - Wed, Nov 22 - Closing at 6pm
Sunday Closed  Thanksgiving - Thu, Nov 23 & Fri, Nov 24
     Christmas - Mon, Dec 25
     New Year - Mon, Jan 1 2018 


Pottstown Regional Public Library is a member of the Montgomery County Library & Information Network Consortium (MCLINC), a group of libraries which have united to share resources  and automation to best serve the needs of our community.

Library History

The library was founded in 1921 by the Century Club of Pottstown. It moved to its current location in 1961.

Strategic Plan 2014-2017

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Pottstown Regional Public Library, serving a changing and diverse region, is a continually evolving and dynamic organization that inspires a lifetime of discovery through access to information, technology, social networking, and educational programming.

PrPL-Discover Your Future

Administration and Trustees

  • Susan Davis, Executive Director
  • Chris Delp, President
  • Deb Penrod, Vice President
  • Laura Justiniano, Treasurer
  • Stephanie Sager, Secretary
  • Christine Elliott
  • Frances Hylton
  • Andrea Longenberger
  • Cynthia Noble-Mohn
  • Michael T. Snyder   
  • Nicolette Wilson, M.B.A.

NOTICE: The 2017 Board of Directors meetings of the Pottstown Regional Public Library will be held at 8:15 a.m. on the following dates: Jan 18, Feb 15, Mar 15, Apr 19, May 17, Jun 21, Jul 19, Aug 16, Sep 20, Oct 18, Nov 15, and Dec 20 at 500 East High Street, Pottstown PA 19464