Bookmobile profile

The Scott County Public Library's bookmobile is back on the road with new and old stops. Bookmobile carries a wide variety of materials available for checkout and allows patrons to apply for library cards. Check below to see a listing of our bookmobile stops thru December.

Bookmobile stops may be cancelled due to holidays, vehicle maintenance, or inclement weather.
May-August Bookmobile Schedule

Bookmobile schedule

Library Express

Scott County Public Library is excited to announce our new Library Expressmobile!  The Library Expressmobile will now be used for Porch Deliveries and serve as a courier service to the library. This new service will allow us to better serve the needs of our patrons and increase access to our collection. We look forward to seeing you on the road with our bookmobile and Library Expressmobile!

outreach services

“Library Express” courier stations are located in Sadieville and Stamping Ground. Patrons may return items in the book drop that is located at 131 Springview Drive in Stamping Ground.

Similarly, a book drop is available in Sadieville adjacent to City Hall at 605 Pike Street. In addition, lockers are provided for patrons to pick up library materials on Mondays and Fridays after 6 p.m. in Sadieville.

Here’s how it works: Place items on hold and indicate that the pick-up location is Sadieville. The library will notify you when the items have been delivered to the lockers, and you will have two days to collect them. You will open the locker using the last five digits of your library card number and then press ENTER.

Sadieville City Hall, 605 Pike Street, Sadieville, KY
Stamping Ground Book Drop, 131 Springview Drive, Stamping Ground, KY

Porch Delivery


Are you unable to get to the library safely? The Scott County Public Library Outreach Services Department is excited to offer the Porch Delivery Service. Patrons who are unable to visit the library due to age, illness, injury, or hospital recoveries can now have library materials such as books, audiobooks, CDs, & DVDs delivered to their homes. For any questions or to set up a delivery of library materials, please call the Scott County Public Library at: (502) 863-3566.

New service for families bringing home a new child

Scott County Public Library is proud to announce a new service for families bringing home a new child. Let the library deliver materials directly to your home! Participants may request books, DVDs and other library materials for older siblings, the new child or themselves for up to a year. For any questions or to set up a delivery of library materials, please call the Scott County Public Library at: (502) 863-3566 and ask for Outreach.

Baby Packets

Our Outreach team enjoys delivering “Baby Packets” to new parents at Georgetown Community Hospital, because it’s never too early to foster a love of books and the habit of lifelong learning. All parents are encouraged to visit the library, and explore collections for youth, teens and adults.  We also hope they will use our extensive collection of resources covering child development, potty training, and raising a happy, healthy child.

Storywalk® at Charles Brooking Park


Come and enjoy an interactive reading experience for all ages at Charles Brooking Park! Our Storywalk features a walking trail with posts that contain the pages of a storybook. Follow the posts in order to experience the entire story. Each post also contains an interactive prompt to inspire either thought or motion, making it a fun and engaging way to encourage literacy and creativity while getting active outside.

Our stories will change every few months, so be sure to visit the park often to share in the fun throughout the year. You can find the Storywalk® at 1260 Scott County Park Rd, Georgetown, KY 40324. Come and discover the joy of reading and exploring at the Storywalk®!

Contact Outreach Services

The Scott County Public Library Outreach Services Department increases access to materials and services for patrons who are unable to easily visit the library. We are committed to creating meaningful experiences by visiting schools and childcare facilities, providing homebound services, supporting community organizations, and supplying materials to residential care centers. For more information, please call the library (502-863-3566) and ask to speak to a member of the Outreach Services team. Email the Outreach Services Manager.