NOTICE TO LIBRARY PATRONS

NLPL libraries are operating under COVID-19 alert level 2 conditions and are open to the public within established physical distancing guidelines or providing curbside contactless delivery.

Services vary by location, but include contactless curbside service, book drop access, in house patron access, and public computer access by appointment.

To find information about loans, renewals, and fines, how to get a library card or information about your card, open book drops, and what library services are available at this time, please visit NLPL Libraries and Covid-19.

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About NLPL

Newfoundland & Labrador Public Libraries (NLPL) has been an integral part of the province of Newfoundland and Labrador since it's inception in 1935.

Vision

Newfoundland & Labrador Public Libraries work to ensure that library materials, free access to the Internet and programs are available to meet the needs of the Province’s people.

This is provided through a network of 94 public libraries in communities large and small throughout the Province. These libraries are organized into four divisions – Western Newfoundland & Labrador Division, Central Division, Eastern Division and Provincial Resource Division (St John’s Public Libraries). Provincial Administration’s headquarters are located in Stephenville, NL.

The Provincial Information and Library Resources Board is responsible for all public library services in Newfoundland and Labrador under the Public Libraries Act.

To contact, or receive additional information about your local library, view our list of library locations. For divisional office information and contacts, please visit our contacts page.

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