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Central Library

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Find fiction, nonfiction, children's and young adult books at our book sale!

All proceeds support the Central Library in Conroe. Cash and checks accepted (with Texas drivers license). No credit or debit cards.

Questions? Call (936) 539-7814, option 8.

  In-Person Programs Have Returned!

Online registration is required and space is limited. Click here for more details.


  Computer Classes

Click here to find out about our free in-person & virtual computer classes.



Montgomery County Library began as a collection of 1200 volumes housed in a Conroe School Recreation Center, operated by a women's group known as the HUB Club, until it became a County entity in 1948. After a fire destroyed much of the Library's collection and current building in 1980, a new building was finally approved in 1991. The Central Library you see today opened to the public in the summer of 1994, and today serves more than 50,000 cardholders.

104 I-45 North Conroe, TX

Central Events

Phone Numbers

Main Phone Number:


Adult Services Coordinator:
Jenn Wigle


Youth Services Coordinator:


Circulation Coordinator:
Ruby Chandler