Halton Region is currently in the Red/Control level of the Provincial COVID-19 Response Framework.

Services listed here may be impacted in response to ongoing restrictions. Please contact agencies or programs listed on this page prior to visiting in person in order to receive up to date information on services.

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Public Comments Services altered in response to COVID-19 (Coronavirus) 
This branch is now open for limited in-branch services 
* Tue-Thu 11:30 am-7 pm 
* Fri, Sat 9:30 am-5 pm 
For more information, visit website
Contact Information
Office Phone 905-815-2042 * Phone renewals 905-815-5996
Fax 905-815-2024
E-Mail oplreference@oakville.ca
Website www.opl.ca
Social Media Facebook Facebook: www.facebook.com/pages/Oakville-Public-Library/184886721537133
Instagram Instagram: instagram.com/oakvillelibrary
Twitter Twitter: twitter.com/OakvilleLibrary
YouTube YouTube: www.youtube.com/user/OakvillePublicLibrar/
Primary Contact Andra Steele, Manager, Customer Experience; Phone: 905-815-2042
Agency Information
Legal Status (50) Non Profit
Established 1895
Primary Executive Tara Wong, Chief Executive Officer; Phone: 905-815-2042 ext 2027; Email: tara.wong@oakville.ca
Funding City / Town - Town of Oakville ; Provincial - Ministry of Tourism, Culture and Sport
Description and Service Details
Description (Service) Services altered in response to COVID-19 (Coronavirus) 
This branch is now open for limited in-branch services 
* Tue-Thu 11:30 am-7 pm 
* Fri, Sat 9:30 am-5 pm 
For more information, visit website 
Provides access to information and resources for individual enrichment, education, recreation and entertainment.  
Collections include:  
* fiction and non fiction titles (books, downloadable e-books and audiobooks, music, digital magazines, games and DVDs, movies and TV shows)  
* self study and research collections, print and electronic  
* adult and children's multilingual collections 
Visit www.opl.ca for library programs and events * not all events or programs available at all locations 
* public access computers (PACs), located at all branches, offer internet and email access, word processing and printing 
* free Wi-Fi 
* 3D printing  
* with a library card customers can access all library databases and download information directly to their own computers 
* light therapy lamps 
The Oakville Collection:  
* Town of Oakville and Trafalgar Township historical documents and publications 
* newspapers dating from 1870 * vital statistics from late 1800s * census and assessment records from 1910-1936 
Community information through: Information Oakville, online access to the Halton Community Services Directory and an online Community Events Calendar
* Central Branch has meeting space available for rent 
* designated as a local cooling centre during times of extreme heat and a warming centre during times of extreme cold
Hours Visit Branches for branch hours
Areas Served Halton Region
Eligibility OPL library card required to borrow items
Application Apply for a library card at any branch
Languages English ; Interpretive Services - Language Line (telephone interpretation service) ; over 170 languages available
Fees Program - for some programs ; None - except fines for overdue, lost or damaged materials
Site Information
Located In Community Oakville
Address & Map
120 Navy St
Oakville, ON L6J 2Z4
View Google Map
Intersection Navy St and Lakeshore Rd E
Physical Access Fully Accessible
Categories and Classification
HCSD Main Heading Arts / Culture ; Child / Family Services ; Community Programs ; Disabilities ; Employment / Training
HCSD Sub Heading Assistive Devices ; Computer & Related Technology Classes ; Computer Access ; Extreme Cold Warming Centres ; Health & Physical Disabilities ; Historic Preservation ; Humanities Clubs/Events ; Libraries ; Meeting Space ; Parent / Child Programs ; Public Libraries ; Recreation for Children / Families
Service Categories 3D Printing ; Children's Library Services ; College/University Entrance Support ~ Adolescents ; Computer Access Aids ; Computer and Related Technology Classes ; Copy Machines ; Early Literacy Development Programs ; Extreme Cold Warming Centres ; Extreme Heat Cooling Programs ; Genealogical Collections ; Humanities Clubs/Societies ; Light Therapy ; Meeting Space ; Mobile Hotspot Devices ; Parent/Child Activity Groups ; Public Access Computers/Tools ; Public Internet Access Sites ; Public Libraries ; Public Wi-Fi Sites

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