Hamilton Public Library

Hamilton Public Library is an agency of the City of Hamilton and is governed by a board of directors. Provides a network of 22 branches and two bookmobiles that are hubs for information, culture, learning and discovery. 

Services include:

  • Access to print, non-print and digital collections
  • Holds pick-up at your local branch
  • Public computers with internet access
  • Printing, photocopying and scanning
  • Online learning resources
  • Multi-lingual material
  • Virtual programming
  • Information and referral 
  • Study tables and meeting spaces
  • Makerspaces (Central, Red Hill, Terryberry or Turner Park)
  • Faxing (Central branch, local and toll-free numbers only)
Paul Takala, CEO & Chief Librarian
Agency Status
Arms length Government Agency
Last Full Update
February 14, 2022