The Corcoran Library Branch was opened in February of 1913. It was located in the Storzbach building on Whitley Avenue. The branch was moved to the old school building in the City Park, which was next to the Veteran's building, then known as the Legion Hall. After that building was condemned, the branch was moved back to Whitley Avenue and was housed in the Neeb building until that building was razed. It was not until 1959, 46 years later, that a permanent home became a reality for the library upon completion of the county building. (Extracted from an article in the Corcoran Journal, November 15, 1962). Top check-out items are DVD’s; picture books and graphic novels.
The City of Corcoran was incorporated in 1914. It is known for its agriculture and as the "farming capital of California." The town boasts several schools, churches, and is family-friendly. It has its police department, Chamber of Commerce and other city amenities. For more information click here.