The Marshes of Glynn Libraries (MOGL) is a single-county library system that was established July 1, 2013 to serve Glynn County, Georgia. Its system branches consist of the Brunswick-Glynn County Library and the St. Simons Island Public Library.
MOGL operates as a unit of the Glynn County government and is governed by a nine member Board of Trustees appointed by the Glynn County Board of Commissioners. It is part of the Georgia Public Library Service (GPLS) and a member of the PINES library consortium, which gives local library patrons access to the collections of more than 275 library branches across the State of Georgia.
The Marshes of Glynn Libraries provide access to information in all fields and from all points of view. The Libraries provide a comprehensive collection of print, non-print, and electronically accessible materials to meet the informational, educational, recreational, and cultural needs of all citizens of Glynn County.
MOGL also sponsors a variety of free programs and exhibits that are open to the public and provides free access to the internet via public computers and Wi-Fi connections.