Saint Paul Public Library

Public libraries are learning centers that provide information for residents to meet their personal, educational, and professional needs, including access to print materials, internet, and technology. A makerspace is available to create and learn.


The St. Paul Library, which is a combined school/city library, completed in August 1998, is the result of cooperation among three separate entities: the St. Paul Library Foundation, the City of St. Paul, and the St. Paul School District. The Foundation proposed the idea of a “joint-use” library to the city and school and raised private funds to build the library at a site on Howard Avenue adjacent to the school. The city and school share operational costs. A Library Board, half appointed by the city and half appointed by the school, governs the new library, which operates under a inter-local agreement.

Services Provided

Libraries and Research Organizations

  • Business Research Resources
  • Demographic/Census Data

Office, Incubator, Accelerator, Laboratory, Kitchen and Meeting Space

  • Maker Space
  • Office Equipment and Furniture
Primary Contact
Aubrie Brown
1301 Howard Avenue
Saint Paul, NE 68873