Midwest City Library
8143 E. Reno
Midwest City, OK 73110
(405) 732-4828

Monday - Thursday 9am - 9pm
Friday 9am - 6pm
Saturday 9am - 5pm
Sunday 1pm - 6pm

About Midwest City Library

The Midwest City Library began in the 1950s with a collection of donated books. By the 1960s it was located in a 4500-square-foot area at the Municipal Golf Course and had became a part of the Metropolitan Library System. In the 1980s a bond issue was passed and the current 36,000-square-foot facility was built and opened in September of 1987. On permanent display in the lobby is the painting Summer Skies, Oklahoma by Wilson Hurley.

Book drop: Drive-thru bookdrop in circle drive on south side of building

Located in the library: Literacy Link Office, offering adult literacy classes to the people of eastern Oklahoma County. (Phone: 405-732-2737)

Midwest City's:


  • Bi-weekly Children Reading to Dogs
  • Monthly Book Bug Club (grades 1-3)
  • Monthly Family Craft Night
  • Monthly Pajama Story Night
  • Monthly Toddler Aerobics (ages 3-5)
  • Special Holiday Programs for All Ages
  • Summer Reading Program Along with Special Children's Summer Programs
  • Traveling Exhibits and Art Displays
  • Weekly¬†After School Movie
  • Weekly Community Quilting Classes
  • Weekly Preschool Storytimes (ages 2-5)
  • Monthly flyers with detailed information are available in the library.


  • Computers with production software, childrens software, and Internet access.
  • Copy machine
  • Meeting rooms for public use, reservations required
  • Quiet reading room
  • Reference assistance
  • Tours and instruction in the use of library resources
  • Free Wireless Internet


  • 80,000 fiction and nonfiction items for adults and children including hardback and paperback books, periodicals, books on compact discs, DVDs, and music compact disc.
  • Career materials collection
  • Computer access to the library system's collection of 1,000,000 items
  • Materials to support literacy programs
  • Materials via interlibrary loan
  • Reference materials for in-library use
  • Vertical files