About Us

The Flint River Regional Library System was founded in 1949.  Our service area includes the six West Central Georgia counties of Butts, Fayette, Lamar, Monroe, Pike and Spalding. The nine Flint River Regional Libraries include the Barnesville-Lamar County Library, the Fayette County Public Library, the Griffin-Spalding County Library (Headquarters of the Flint River Regional Library System), the J. Joel Edwards Public Library, the Jackson-Butts County Public Library, the Milner Community Library, the Monroe County Library, the Peachtree City Library, and the Tyrone Public Library.

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The Flint River region covers 1,392 square miles and serves a population of 272,943 people. Our member libraries contain over 506,046 items and have circulated over 1,242,562 items to over 1,527,187 visitors! Our mission at the Flint River Regional Library System is to be the touchstone institution in the community by providing progressive programming and facilities. Our vision is that our library is the place where dreams are formed and all can expand and enhance their lives.

Director: Natalie Marshall

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Apply for a Library Card

PINES library cards are free for all Georgia residents. You must present a valid photo ID showing current Georgia address. A parent or legal guardian must be present to register a child under 18.  There is no longer a charge to replace a lost or stolen card.  A card is not required to attend programs or visit the library, however, you must have your card or show your card on the PINES app to check out items.

You can also apply for a PINES e-card online! Click here to fill out the form.

An e-card provides immediate access to your library’s online resources, including our digital library and learning resources. If you’d like to upgrade to a full PINES card in order to check out library books and other materials, please bring your e-card account number and your photo ID to any PINES library to complete the registration process. If you have any questions, please call your local library for assistance.