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Capitol Hill Library

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About the Capitol Hill Library

The Capitol Hill Library opened in its current location in November of 1951. In 1965, it joined the Metropolitan Library System. It is a three level building (including a basement area). A handicapped-accessible restroom is located on the 1st floor, with additional bathrooms downstairs in the basement. A meeting room is located on the 1st floor. There are 9 off-street parking spaces located on the south side of the building and 2 additional handicapped parking spaces are on the west side of the building. The Capitol Hill Library is located in south Oklahoma City. The library serves a diverse group of residents of various ages, races and ethnic groups. Young families continue to utilize the library for school, personal information needs, and overall self-improvement, and there is an ongoing appreciation of the library as a viable resource needed for the ongoing community building process.

Book drop location: On the northwest corner of the building.

Special Programs: 
  • Annual Summer Reading Program
  • One-on-one computer instruction (call for appointment)
  • Informational and cultural programs for adults
  • Multicultural and holiday festivals
  • Neighborhood Arts performances during June and July
  • Special programs for elementary school children
  • Storytimes and other preschool programs
  • AARP and VITA provide tax assistance to customers on an annual basis 
  • Tens of thousands of fiction and nonfiction titles for all ages available as hardback or paperback books, magazines, newspapers, books on CD and music CDs, DVDs, Playaways, and more
  • Reference materials for in-library use
  • Spanish language collection
  • Bilingual (Spanish/English) children’s materials

Capitol Hill Library

334 SW 26th Street
Oklahoma City, OK 73109
Phone: (405) 634-6308

Monday - Thursday 9am - 9pm

Friday 9am - 6pm

Saturday 9am - 5pm

Sunday 1pm - 6pm