- The public library in Enid was founded by the Enid Study Club with a reading room at 120 North Independence.
- The City of Enid accepts the responsibility of the library.
- Library moves to North Grand.
- Library is named a Federal Depository Library for government documents.
- A grant from the Andrew Carnegie Foundation was accepted in the amount of $25,000.
- The site at 402 North Independence is purchased.
- The Enid Carnegie Library officially opens (August 1, 1910).
- The library struggles with funding and building repairs.
- Through Mrs. Amy Carl, an organized group of "Friends of the Library" furnished the library with funds and materials.
- The library building rapidly deteriorates.
- City government makes appropriation cuts.
- Circulation and other services grow (including children's story hour, Great Books discussion groups, and a regular newspaper column) despite hard times.
- A bond issue is defeated by 700 votes (which would have provided a new building).
- The building was considered unsafe and condemned by the State Fire Marshall.
- The Enid Public Library and the Garfield County Library merged, thus becoming, "The Public Library of Enid and Garfield County."
- Another bond issue was brought before voters (backed up by the Chamber of Commerce and active supporters).
- Bond passes by a two-to-one margin.
- County commission offered the land for the building (which was the site of the former post office).
- The new library is dedicated on October 18, 1964.
- Library continues to serve Enid and Garfield county with programs, collections, and other services.
- The library catalog and circulation process are automated.
- Public access to the internet is added to the library.
- Library collection and services grow at a steady pace.
- In October 2007, a severe storm creates a major indoor disaster in the library.
- A temporary branch is opened in the Oakwood Mall, named "The Cora Case Porter Branch."
- Library reopens in March of 2008.
- Mall branch closes in May of 2008.
- Library Makeover Project is completed; the entry and main floor of the library gets a new look and new furnishings.