Hi! And welcome to Neighborhood Libraries!

This is where you will be able to find out all about what the Neighborhood Libraries in Wilson County. These free-to-use Neighborhood Libraries are very important for children and adults of all ages. They are there so children who are not able to go to a local library are able to get free books. Yes, of course, you would want to bring them back but you are able to keep them for as long as you want.

The Girls Who Code Club TN1461, also known as Impact Watertown, created this website for the Neighborhood Libraries Community Project which was spearheaded by The United Way of Wilson County and the Upper Cumberland.

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How to Use, Take Care of & Treat Your Neighborhood Library


Borrow A Book, Take A Book, Give A Book

What not to do at your Neighborhood Library:

  • Please do not donate your books at the library. Please donate books to John McMillin with the United Way at 102 East Main Street,
    Lebanon, TN, 37088.

How  to use the little free library:

  •    To use your Neighborhood Library you just take a book home, read and enjoy.

How to take care of the little free library:

  • If there is any damage to the Neighborhood Library and/or library books please call Mr. McMillin at  (615)-443-1871.
  • Please treat the books with care.



All About The Neighborhood Library Program


The first official Neighborhood Library opened in July of 2016.

Neighborhood Library Locations

Cedarcroft Home, 202 S College St, Lebanon, TN 37087

Lebanon Housing Authority Office, 49 Upton Heights, Lebanon, TN 37087

Newbell Street, Lebanon, TN 37087

McGregor Street, Lebanon, TN 37087

Coming Soon:

Watertown, TN 37184

White County, TN

Groups that came together to create our neighborhood library:

Home Depot

United Way of Wilson County

Cedar Croft

Middle Tennessee Electric Membership Corporation

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