The Public Library at Tellico Village has over 16,000 items for public use.
Fiction and Non Fiction Books
Books on CD
Entertainment and Educational DVDs
Travel Books and tapes, and language tapes
Magazines that may be checked out for one week
News Herald, Knox News Sentinel, Wall Street Journal and Village Connection papers
Large print books
Children and Young Adult Book collections
If The Public Library at Tellico Village does not have the book you are looking for in its collection, we may be able to obtain it for you from another library.
Books are borrowed from other Tennessee Public Libraries who loan books through the state system. The process may take one to three weeks. The due date is determined by the lending library, not The Public Library at Tellico Village.
There is NO fee interlibrary loans. This service provided by Tenn-Share and the Tennessee State Library and Archives.
Download the inter-library loan form and return it to The Public Library at Tellico Village.
Lion's Club glasses and hearing aids
Toys for Tots collection site (seasonal)
United Way mailbox
Tellico Village Directory corrections (2 times a year when announced)
Used Book Sale
Book Club and Tellico Players books
Name Badge service
Proctor service for real estate and college tests and the TWRA Boat Saftey exam (please call to schedule)
Archive for Friends of TV Library, HOA, POA, Townhouse Association
Federal and State Tax forms
Voter Registration by mail forms
Consumer health book and magazine collection, and educational DVDs on medical and health topics
Research assistance in medical resource information.
Equipment loans for visually repaired (VIP)
Book delivery to permanently or temporarily disabled in Loudon County
Book delivery to four area Assisted Living Facilities
Home assistance with enrollment in TN Book on Tape program for visually handicapped
Large print books in fiction and non fiction
See our Senior Resources Webpage
Six week summer reading program. One at the library, one at the Boys and Girls Club of Lenoir City, and one at the Loudon Boys and Girls Club.
Ruff Reading Program: Children can read to specially trained dogs.
Tutor.com a free, online tutoring program for grades K-12 see children's page for more information
Resource Center for Home Schooled Children: see the Children's page
See the Children's Page for more information on these programs
14 computers available for public use in computer lab.
Wi-Fi availability through out facility and parking area 24/7
Printing and copying available for a small fee
One on one instruction for basic computer skills upon request
iPad classes offered frequently
Volunteer assistance setting up digital readers: contact library 865-458-5199