The Mount Pleasant Public Library is a joint municipal library supported by the Town of Mount Pleasant and Village of Pleasantville. The Library received its charter from NY State in 1965 and serves residents, students and workers in the Town of Mount Pleasant, outside the incorporated villages, and the Village of Pleasantville. The Main Library is located in the Village of Pleasantville, at the intersection of Bedford Road and Romer Avenue. The Branch Library is in the Town of Mount Pleasant Recreation center on Lozza Drive.

Our Vision
The Mount Pleasant Public Library will be a vital part of the community of Mount Pleasant and Pleasantville; it will provide free and open access to the ever-changing world of ideas; it will be an ongoing center of learning, and a place of welcome human connection for residents of all ages.

Our Mission
The Mount Pleasant Public Library is a warm and welcoming center of discovery: through books, media and programming we connect people to ideas, and to each other, in order to enrich their lives and the overall life of the community.

Our Values

Respect:
For our patrons, for our staff, for our volunteers.
Inclusion:
All members of our community are welcome, and we will make changes, when necessary, to make sure all feel welcome.
Innovation:
We will be aware of, and respond to, changes in our community and to the changing needs of our community.
Welcoming:
We will endeavor to be warm and welcoming to all who visit the library and to make those visits a positive experience.
Creativity:
We will be innovative and creative in finding ways to solve problems and meet the needs of our community.
Listening:
When members of our community speak to us, we will listen.