The Evans City Public Library has been in existence since 1932, when it was founded by the Evans City Women’s Club and housed in the Evans City Fire Hall. It wasn’t until 1958 that the library had a permanent home, when it moved to the former location on Evans City Main Street. In 2004, the library moved to its current location, which has been completely renovated.

Mission: The Evans City Public Library is inspired to provide cultural and intellectual growth through life-long learning and strengthens the community by connecting people with information and fostering creativity. 

2021 Board Meeting:

  • January 21st

  • ​March 18th

  • May 20th

  • July 15th

  • September 19th

  • November 18th

    Third Thursday every other month at 6:00 at the library.

Evans City Library Board Members:

Joyce Yasko-President

Patricia Flach-Vice President

Ann Killby-Treasurer

Maria Barron-Secretary

Christine Johns

Melissa Bonicky

Amy Perschke

Cheri Deener-Kohan


At the Evans City Public Library, we provide a safe, educational environment that promotes literacy, curiosity and inspiration. We offer book clubs, coloring club, story times, craft days and much more.
But don’t just take our word for it. Call us at
724-538-8695, or better yet, stop in to see what we can do for you!
Jessica King:  Library Clerk

Do you have a degree in Library Science?
We are currently hiring for the position of Library Director.  Apply today!