About the Library
The Orangeville Public Library is pleased to serve the residents of Orangeville and the surrounding area, as well as visitors and guests at this site. The public may access many of the Library's services through the interactive capabilities of this website.
The Library operates from two convenient branch locations; the original Mill Street location (at Broadway), in beautiful downtown Orangeville, and the Alder Street location (at Riddell Road), to provide the community with access to a vast and varied library collection.
Popular fiction and non-fiction book titles, music, films, reference material, Internet computers, children's programs, a meeting room, and much more are available, as well as a wide range of programs and services, as expected of a modern library system.
1 Mill Street
Canada L9W 2M2
TTY phone: 519-942-0517 (Mill), 519-943-0838 (Alder)
Note: Service Disruption: TTY phone access (Mill St. and Alder St. locations). Please use Town Hall TTY# 519-943-0782
Alder Street Branch
Located in the Alder Street Recreation Centre, on the upper level. This convenient and spacious modern facility enables the Library to continue to expand the collection and programming to meet the growing needs of the community.
Mill Street Branch
Located on the south east corner of Mill Street and Broadway, in a 1908 Carnegie Library building, designated a heritage site.
We Value Your Opinion
Your feedback is important to help us identify and develop the library services and resources necessary to meet the needs of the community. Please submit your comments and suggestions to , or contact us at 519-941-0610.
Your Opinion Counts
Please take this opportunity to help us improve our service by participating in our online Customer Satisfaction Survey.
Find Out More...
For more information please visit the Library, or:
- About the Library
- Books & More
- Hours & Locations
- Information Services
- Library Services
- Programs & Events
- TD Summer Reading Club