All York County Library locations are now open for limited curbside services only.
Anyone with a regular, physical York County Library card can check out materials they have placed on hold (books, audiobooks, DVDs, ILLs, and HotSpots). Patrons with eCards can have them converted to a regular York County Library card by calling their local YCL location during curbside pickup hours. Outside book drops remain open, and items will be properly quarantined for 4 days (96 hours) before being checked in. Notifications of overdue items will be made during this time, and overdue fees will be waived once items are checked in. Please call your nearest YCL location during curbside service hours to notify staff before returning Book Club Kits and Kinder Kits. For more information, see our Phase 2 Overview, continue to check our website and Facebook page, or contact us. Thank you for your patience.
Curbside Pick-Up & Phone Service Hours:
Rock Hill: 11:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Monday - Friday; 11:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. Saturday
Fort Mill: 11:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. Monday - Friday; 11:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. Saturday
Clover, Lake Wylie, & York: 11:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m., Monday, Wednesday, & Friday
Thanks to the Friends of the York County Library, YCL is giving away FREE school supplies! Pick up your bag of supplies during curbside pickup hours. For times and details, contact your nearest YCL location or see the Events Calendar.
*Supplies available only while they last!
Clover Public Library: Week of August 17 • Call 803-222-3474
Lake Wylie Public Library: Week of August 17 • Call 803-831-7774
York Public Library: Week of August 17 • Call 803-684-3751
Fort Mill Public Library: Week of August 24 • Call 803-547-4114
Main Library, Rock Hill: Week of August 24 • Call 803-981-5858
June 8 – August 28, 2020 • For All Ages • Register Now!
YCL invites all ages to read with us for our "Imagine Your Story" Virtual Summer Learning Challenge sponsored by the Friends of the York County Library. The challenge is simple: Read 10 hours and get a prize! For every 10 hours you read (up to 50 hours), you'll earn one entry into a Grand Prize Drawing. Register now, and help us reach our goal to read 5 million minutes! Be sure to check out all of our online events this summer.
Project Outcome: We Need Your Feedback!
If you've watched our Summer Learning Challenge videos, please let us know how we're doing! Take a brief survey for Project Outcome, a collaborative effort with the Public Library Association. Choose based on your participation:
With Kanopy, stream thousands of documentaries, movies, and educational videos, all for free! Watch content from Criterion, PBS, Great Courses, Kino Lorber, and more on your TV, desktop, and mobile devices. A valid YCL card and email are required. Monthly borrows are limited to 5 credits.
Hey teens, join our Teen Discord channel for daily themed chats, every Monday-Friday from 3-5 pm! Get your invite quickly emailed with our Ask A YA Librarian form. Just provide your name, email, library card number, and Discord username. Be sure to check out all of the Teen Virtual Summer Programs as well. Please note this channel is only for York County students ages 11-17.
Join YCL's Virtual Escape Room!
Follow this 3-part virtual adventure to the town of Shenigal to solve the mystery plaguing its citizens. Guess which characters from literature appear as they arise, and for every character you guess correctly by the end of August, you'll be entered to win a Dungeons & Dragons-themed prize!
Subscribe to our updated YouTube channel for virtual programs from your favorite YCL staff members! View and listen along to storytimes, book readings, and tutorials, find exercise and meditation classes from professional instructors, and more! New videos will be posted each week, with something for the whole family!
Our locations are closed, but our 24/7 Virtual Library brings the Library to you! You only need a YCL card to access our popular and our newest resources and learning tools, and even movies, TV, music, audio/e-books, and magazines!
Check out our Research, Self-Publishing, and Online Learning pages. See why York County Library is Your Community Link! You can also find the latest updates to these services on our Digital Services Updates page.