Mission Statement

SIGNThe Oconomowoc Public Library provides materials, services, facilities, technology and up-to-date resources and programs to meet the educational, informational, cultural, and recreational needs of the community. The library is a free and vital resource, providing the community with the opportunity to explore, discover, learn, grow, ultimately enriching individual lives and the community as a whole. The library actively promotes an interest in and appreciation for reading and encourages lifelong learning.

Adopted by the Oconomowoc Public Library Board of Trustees June 13, 2013.


The Oconomowoc Public Library is located in the City of Oconomowoc with a population of approximately 16,000 residents. Oconomowoc is situated in the northwest corner of Waukesha County.  Patrons include residents from the surrounding rural areas of Ixonia, Summit, and Ashippun plus communities in Jefferson, Dodge, and Washington counties.

The Oconomowoc Public Library is part of the Bridges Library System. There are 24 public libraries that service Waukesha and Jefferson Counties.

History of the Oconomowoc Public Library
History of the Griffins
Annual Business Plans

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200 W. South St., Oconomowoc, WI 53066 • (262) 569-2193 • contactus@oconomowoclibrary.org