Mon, Tues, Wed, Fri- 11 am- 5pm
Thur- 12-6 pm
Sat- 10 am- 2 pm
Arma City Library was founded in November of 1993. Members of the Alpha Kappa Chapter of Phi Tau Omega National Philanthropic Sorority were instrumental in its founding.
The library offers a variety of services for the public including a wide selection of fiction, non-fiction, western, science fiction, mystery, young adult, juvenile and children's books. Movies, audio books, games and Internet access are also available.
Other services include a copier and fax machine. Copies are 10 cents a page. If more than one page is needed, the first page is free. Faxes are $1.00 for the first sheet and 50 cents for every sheet thereafter, sent or received. Pages that are printed in black and white are 10 cents a page. Pages that are printed in color are 50 cents a page.
The library also has a microfilm reader/printer. Arma's local newspaper "The Arma Record" (which is no longer in print as of the 1970's) has been microfilmed and may be viewed at the library.