St. Louis Park Public Libraryupdated: Wednesday, July 16, 2014
The St. Louis Park Public Library has 50,000 books in its collection as well as an extensive magazine collection, books on tape, large print books, CDs, DVDs and videotapes. The library also offers an online catalog system, Internet access, word processing stations, reference and information services, story time, a summer children's program and author lectures. It also offers a selection of Russian and Spanish print and audiovisual materials. The library is located at 3240 Library Lane (one block east of Louisiana Avenue).
- (612) 543-6125
St. Louis Park Friends of the Library is a volunteer group that helps with book sales, prepares displays and repairs books and puppets.
St. Louis Park Library to Close Temporarily
Hennepin County Library – St. Louis Park, 3240 Library Lane, will close for building upgrades on Sunday, July 27, at 5 p.m. The library is scheduled to re-open on Saturday, Aug. 30, at 9 a.m.
During the five-week closure, St. Louis Park Library patrons are encouraged to visit other Hennepin County libraries: Edina Library is located at 5280 Grandview Square, Hopkins Library is at 22 11th Ave. North, and Walker Library is at 2880 Hennepin Ave. in Minneapolis.
Patrons who face a barrier to using a nearby library may contact the Library’s At Home Service at (612) 543-8850.
Requests with St. Louis Park Library as the pickup location will change to Hopkins Library automatically. Patrons may choose an alternate pickup location for their requests through “My Account” at www.hclib.org.
The book return at St. Louis Park Library will also be closed during this time. Books and other library materials may be renewed or returned to any other Hennepin County library.
To renew materials by phone, call the Library’s renewal line: (612) 543-8811.
For help renewing or requesting library materials or selecting an alternate pickup location, Ask Us online, by phone (612) 543-KNOW or in person at any Hennepin County library.
New carpeting and new furniture will refresh the library. An improved teen area plus more meeting rooms, casual seating, and other interior space changes will allow patrons to read, work and learn in new ways at the library.
HVAC and electrical system upgrades and new materials handling equipment will improve the library behind the scenes.