Is Edmonton public library open?

All EPL locations are open for in-branch visits with regular hours.

Is Edmonton Public Library free?

Note: Borrowers from other libraries may only have one type of card with the Edmonton Public Library….The Details.

Fee Free
Expiry Same as home library or 1 year, whichever is less
Borrowing Limit 40 items
Audiovisual Loans Yes

How much did the Edmonton library cost?

According to the provincial government, the estimated final cost is around $84.5 million.

How many libraries are in Edmonton?

Edmonton Public Library
Branches 21
Size 16,695,913 (2014)
Access and use

Who owns Edmonton Public Library?

The Edmonton Public Library Board consists of 10 Trustees, one of whom is a member of City Council. Trustees are appointed annually by City Council to a maximum of six years.

What time does the Edmonton Public Library close today?

Library Takeout is still available, EPL’s contactless holds pickup service….Clareview.

monday: 10:00 am – 9:00 pm
thursday: 10:00 am – 9:00 pm
friday: 10:00 am – 6:00 pm
saturday: 10:00 am – 6:00 pm
sunday: 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Do you have to return a book to the same library?

If you take a book (or two) from a library, you do not need to return that exact book. However, in order to keep the little library full of good choices for the whole neighborhood, the next time you swing by the library bring a few books to share.

How do I print in EPL?

  1. 1) In your browser, navigate to “”. 2) Click on the Print button to get started.
  2. 6) Enter the email address you will use to release the print job. 7) Click Continue.
  3. 11) Write down the release code it returns.

What is it like to live in Edmonton?

Living in Edmonton provides great value for money with lower monthly rent than Calgary, another major city in Alberta. While, oil and gas is the key industry, there are other great working opportunities in education, police services, health & medical, and government.

How do I renew my EPL card?

Renewing is easy:

  1. Online– Log in at and renew your materials in “My account” under “My EPL.”
  2. By phone– Grab a pen, paper, your borrowed materials, and call 496.7047 and follow the instructions.
  3. At a branch– Use one of the public catalogue terminals or speak to a staff member.