Services

Books and More — We have books, audio books and DVDs for adults, teens and children ready for check out!

eAudio — We have downloadable audio books available — both classics and best sellers. More Information

eBooks - Download popular titles, classics, best sellers and more from Axis 360​ and other sources using your Cabarrus County Public Library card.

Online Databases - The library provides online access to reliable information and resources that enhance education, economic development and quality of life.

Information - Staff at each library can assist you with your questions about facts and information related to many subjects.

Children - Each library has an area dedicated to resources for children. A calendar of events can be found at each library location or on the library’s website. During the summer, all branches offer Summer Reading Programs for all children.

Internet Access - Public access to the Internet is available at all library locations. Wireless access is available to patrons with an email address.

Programs — The library offers programs for adults, teens, children and families. These programs include story times, book discussions and more.

Interlibrary Loans — If you cannot find the book that you are looking for in our library system, you can request an interlibrary loan. We will see if we can borrow it from another library in the state or even the nation.

Meeting Rooms - Meeting space is available at each location for non-profit use only. Groups interested in using the facilities will need to contact the library for guidelines and scheduling and complete the meeting room form.

Outreach — The library provides services to individuals who meet the need–based criteria. For more information about this program, call or visit the library.

Friends of the Library — A Friends groups serves as a booster for each of our library branches. Join Friends today!

History and Genealogy — The Concord Library Lore Room offers a wealth of genealogical and historical information. The County’s rich history has been carefully researched and preserved through an extensive collection of local records including photographs, census records, marriage bonds, death certificates and newspapers. The Lore Room is open Monday and Tuesday from 9 am to 8 pm, Wednesday and Thursday from 9 am to 7 pm and every Saturday from 9 am to 5 pm.