Library Outreach

The Library System provides outreach services to area preschools, daycare centers, head start classes, and retirement and rehab facilities.

Copy, Print, Fax

The Pulaski County Library System offers many services to the public. These services can be accessed at either branch. For pricing, please contact either branch of the Pulaski County Library System. In house services consist of:

  • Copy
  • Print
  • Laminate
  • Fax
  • Scan to Email

Obtain a Library Card

The Pulaski County Library System allows for patrons to obtain a free library card with valid identification and proof of address. A library card allows for in-house check out of material and access of user accounts and the many online resources available through the website. Patrons may access their accounts and many of the online resources by using their library card number as their username and the last four digits of their card number as the password.

Meeting Room Use

Each library has a community room that may be used by non-profits and organizations. To reserve either of these spaces please call the Dublin or Pulaski Library. These spaces can be reserved up to 3 months in advance and is on a first come first serve basis.

Interlibrary Loans

The Library may borrow materials from other libraries if they are not found in the Pulaski County Library System. For a small postage fee, these items are obtainable for patrons upon request.

Wi-Fi Hot Spot

Wireless access is available at both Pulaski and Dublin libraries. Just bring in your laptop and ask staff for the login and password. For easier access, wireless printing is also available from your mobile devices.

Local History and Genealogy

There is a collection of high school yearbooks as well as family and local histories at the Pulaski Library. Both online resources and in-house materials are available to help patrons obtain information on local history and specific family genealogies.

Additional Services

  • Ellison/AccuCut Machine and Dies for Public Use
  • Notary Services
  • Books by Mail provides library materials to the homebound via USPS.