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History

The Three Rivers Regional Library System provides services for public libraries and their patrons in Brantley, Camden, Charlton, Long, McIntosh, and Wayne counties.

The administrative office of Three Rivers Regional Library System is located in Jesup, Wayne County, Georgia.

Camden was the first county to have a member library, in 1949.  Six other counties joined the regional library system in the 1950s, 1960s, and 1970s, bringing library services to all of southeast Georgia.

In 2000, the regional library system was named Three Rivers Regional Library System, a tribute to the three rivers – the Altamaha, the Satilla, and the St. Marys – that tie the region together. 


Member Libraries 

Brantley County Library,  Nahunta, Brantley County

Camden County Public Library, Kingsland, Camden County

Charlton Public Library Inc., Folkston, Charlton County

Hog Hammock Public Library, Sapelo Island, McIntosh County

Ida Hilton Public Library, Darien, McIntosh County

Long County Public Library, Ludowici, Long County

St. Marys Public Library, St. Marys, Camden County

Wayne County Library, Jesup, Wayne County

Woodbine Public Library, Woodbine, Camden County 

Mission Statement
The mission of the Three Rivers Regional Library System is to provide residents, through its member libraries, access to print and non-print informational, educational, and recreational resources to empower an informed citizenry and enable lifelong learning. 

Vision
Our Regional Library System will provide access to library resources and technologies to support learning at every age, helping to build skills and interests needed for life-long success to enhance the intellectual, economic, and cultural development of the communities within the system.  

Core Values
Learning environment – Above everything else, the library is a place to learn and discover new information.
Respect – We deliver excellent service with integrity and responsiveness.

Inclusion – All citizens with multiple viewpoints and diversities are recognized for their potential in the community.

Leadership – We will embrace the Library’s role as a community leader and empower staff to learn, innovate, and lead.