Fayette County Public Library

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 UPDATE: Following the recommendation of Governor Justice, our Board of Directors of the Fayette County Public Library have decided at this time to close until further notice for the protection of our patrons and employees. Thank you for your understanding and patience during this time.

You can still call us at 304-465-0121, leave a message and we will return your call as soon as possible.
If you need:
A pin for our online e-books (WVDeli) or you forgot your pin
To renew your library card
Having trouble accessing you account

If you need WIFI, our branches will have open WIFI access until further notice. You will be able to use it in the parking lots or while on the benches around the library.

You can also access your library account online by clicking on My Account at the top of the page. If you do not have a pin you can make one there but if you have forgotten your pin please call and we will reset it for you.

The Library asks all patrons to please hold onto any materials they currently have checked out until the Library reopens to the public. Please do not return materials to the library book drops.

The Library will not charge fees and will renew all materials during the closure. Do not worry, the materials you have on hold will still be on hold for you when we reopen.

EBSCO has put together additional content to help parents, teachers, and libraries during this time.  Content includes

  • Scavenger hunts and lesson plans
  • Study guides to help with ACT, SAT, AP, and GED exams,
  • COVID-19 updates and information
  • How to provide readers' advisory on social media


If you want to see the new materials and happenings at the Libraries first sign up here to subscribe with your email address. We will send you an email twice a month with all the new materials. Click on the following links to get to new materials.

                New Adult Books                        New Juvenile Books              New Media

  The Homebound Program:

What is our Homebound Program?

Fayette County Library provides free delivery of materials to homebound patrons. To be eligible for the Homebound Program an individual must be:
  • A resident of Fayette County, WV
  • A Fayette County Library cardholder in good standing or if you do not have a library card we can get you one.
  • Homebound due to age or long-term illness, injury, or disability.
Materials available for delivery include:

How does this program work?

Patrons must choose their own titles and submit a list to Kim Massey, Extension Librarian.  We will pull the items and prepare them for delivery. 

You can find the titles and items we have in our collection at our webpage at fayette.lib.wv.us

Your list of items wanted can be submitted by email or over the phone or mailed to the address below, at least 3-4 business days in advance of your desired delivery date.

Materials can be delivered as often as four weeks apart.  Patrons should request enough items to last them that length of time. 
Renewals are possible as long as the items are not on hold for another patron.

Failure to return any library items will result in cessation of delivery until the items are found and returned to the library.

For further information on this or any other service, please contact Kim Massey at 304-465-5664.

How do I apply for the Homebound program?

To apply for the program, print the Application Form here, or pick one up from any of our branches.  You may return completed forms at any of our branch libraries or mail to:

Homebound Program 
Fayette County Public Library
Attn: Kim Massey
531 Summit St. 

Oak Hill, WV  25901

If you are unable to fill out and return the form yourself, please call and we can fill out the form with the information you provide over the phone.

                               Remember your loved ones through a memorial gift to                                                  Fayette  county Public Library.

Fayette County Library's Memorial Book Program offers you an opportunity to donate funds to purchase a book for the library's collection in memory of or as a way to honor friends or relatives.

You may specify a subject area or the library's staff will select a book in an area in need of new materials. While your book will be shared by all interested patrons, you may choose a specific branch to house the book. Your gift book will bear a bookplate naming the donor and the person memorialized or honored.

Letters of acknowledgment will be sent to the family of the person being memorialized/honored and the donor
will receive a card of appreciation.

For more information or to make a donation, visit your local branch or you may click here for a printable form.



The Fayette County Public Library Board of Trustees will hold a meeting Wednesday, April 8th at 3:00 pm at the Fayette County Public Library Adminstration Building.

Library Information   

  Online Resources and Databases

Use this resource for a variety of information needs:

  • Find magazine and news articles
  • Get homework help
  • Locate health information
  • Search for jobs
  • Find great books using NoveList Plus

 The Great Courses brings the world's greatest professors to millions who want to go deeper on the subjects that interest them most. Learn at your own pace.   Log on with your RB Digital password.

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Change the login to library card number and type in your 14 digit Fayette County Public Library card number

    West Virginia Legal Forms--Please enter your library card number to enter the database.   


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eBooks and eMags Available

Have an e-reader and not sure what to do with it?  Come see us at any of the Fayette County Library branches and we will help you with our e-digital services! To use any of these services, you must have a Fayette County library card and a pin number. If you need assistance, please call your local library or come see us!


Download items now to your computer or portable device!

  • eBooks
  • audiobooks
  • video


Teens and Young Adults!

Our E-book and E-audio site geared towards teens and young adults! Tired of wading through all of the adult items? Try this site!



Hey kids and parents!
 Try our new EReading Room just for kids!
You can read ebooks, listen to audio books or watch streaming videos!


Zinio for Libraries has merged with RBdigital. RBdigital allows you to download PDF files of magazines for an unlimited time.  An app is available for RBdigital for Android, iOS and newer Amazon Kindle Fires formats. Visit the appstore today and get the new app.  Note: Your username and password will remain the same

Ebooks and e-audio books available with one click. Lots of classics and other great books. Use the same password for any of the RB Digital products. (magazines, ebooks, e-audio)