The Oakes-Beitman Library  serves the residents of Pleasant Hill and Newton Township.
The Local History Library  provides access to historical records from Miami County.
Bookmobile The library has a bookmobile that travels around the county visiting preschools, day cares, detention facilities, nursing homes, neighborhoods, and many others.
Home Bound Delivery. Can't make it to the library? The Troy-Miami County Public Library provides free delivery of all types of library materials to adults who can't get to the library on their own. Tell us what you like to read, watch & listen to and we will bring it to you once each month. Whether you need this service for a few weeks or indefinitely, Homebound Delivery will serve you. If you are interested in this service, call the Outreach Services department at 937-339-0502, x114.
Talking Books. This is a service provided by the government for visually impaired people. People who qualify receive a machine and materials free of charge. Signing up for this great service can be done through the Outreach Department. Questions? Call 937-339-0502, x114.
The Oakes-Beitman Memorial Library has provided the residents of Pleasant Hill and Newton Township with books and DVDs, access to the internet, children's programs, and more since 1957.
The branch is an active one with more than 55,000 items being in circulation each year. Summer reading club, and story times are very popular.
The Library's hours are noon-8 p.m. Monday & Wednesday; 10a.m.-8 p.m Tuesday &Thursday; noon-5 p.m. Friday; and 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Saturday.
History: The Oakes-Beitman Memorial Library was established following a bequest by Pleasant Hill native Ellie Wampler who died in 1952. Mrs. Wampler bequeathed her home to be used as a public library with income for the operation of the library provided by funds generated by farmland also bequeathed by Mrs. Wampler. Ohio law prevented the establishment of a new public library district and income from the farm was insufficient so the Oakes-Beitman Memorial Library board contracted with the Troy-Miami County Public Library to establish the library which opened in April 1957.
The Library is located at 12 N. Main St., Pleasant Hill, Ohio 45359. Phone 937-676-2731.
The newly formed Pleasant Hill History Center, which features the history of Pleasant Hill and Newton Township, can be accessed through the library. Visit the History Center, formerly the Oakes-Beitman Museum.
The History Center is open on Mondays from 3-7 p.m. The History Center is not affiliated with the library and does not receive funding from the library. The History Center relies on donations and memberships. For more information on the membership drive, pick up a form at the library or call Lesa Delcamp at 473-5582, Sharon Bledsoe at 676-8651, or John Weaver at 632-4004.
The Local History Library has been in existence since the 1960s and has partnered with the Troy Historical Society to preserve historical materials in one location.