Now Open Eight More Hours Per Week!
We're pleased to announce that you can now visit the Foothills Branch on Thursdays from 10 AM-2 PM and the Velma Teague Branch on Fridays from 10 AM-2 PM. Both locations were formerly closed on those days.
Latest in a series of increases to library operating hours, this change will result in over 400 more operating hours per year system-wide without increasing staff or costs to Glendale taxpayers. To view all of our operating hours, click here. We look forward to seeing you!
Writer in Residence Joseph Nassise May-July 2018
Glendale Public Library is hosting a Writer in Residence who will be onsite to write and provide instruction to aspiring authors. Get expert advice on your writing by booking a one-on-one appointment, or attend a public workshop to learn new skills in craft and publishing. All experience levels are welcome. Come meet our Writer in Residence and get on your way to having your own book on library and bookstore shelves. To register, call 623-930-3556, email email@example.com, or use the registration link below.
Temporary Book Drop at Main Library
The regular book drops at Main Library are currently unavailable, but a temporary book drop has been installed near the same location. We apologize for any inconvenience.
Glendale Public Library Branch Project Update Heroes Regional Park Library Site Advances to Design Phase
On December 20, 2016, Glendale City Council approved the authorization to enter into a Professional Services Agreement with Dick & Fritsche Design Group to provide architectural and design services for the proposed Heroes Regional Park Library. Click here for more information.
Mobile Print Services
You can print directly from our library computers -- or from anywhere! Click here to send your documents from your mobile device, laptop, or home computer.
Culture Pass News Please take a moment to submit this brief Culture Pass survey. If you would like more information about the Culture Pass program, click here for details.
Glendale Public Library meeting rooms are available to rental for resident and nonresident, nonprofit and commercial groups. Click here for more information.
Main Library's Xeriscape Garden
Did you know that visiting a garden is good for your health? It’s true! Come visit the Glendale Xeriscape (low-water-use) Demonstration Garden that surrounds the Glendale Main Library. With over 400 species of desert-adapted plants, the garden showcases landscape practices that are in harmony with the Sonoran Desert. The rich diversity of plants, abundant shade, and natural setting create a welcome respite for wildlife and people. Click here for details.