Taylor Public Library
We are very pleased to welcome you to Taylor’s very own Public Library! We have endeavored to put together services and a collection of items that will cover a broad range of interests. We invite you to come in and come often!
The Board & Staff Hours of Operation
Sherry Murphy - Librarian Sunday/Monday: Closed
Ronnie Pelletier - Board Chair Tuesday 12:00pm–7:00pm
Barb Bell - Vice Chair Wednesday 9:00am-12:00pm & 3:00pm–7:00pm
Dave Lueneberg - Director Thursday 12:00pm–7:00pm
Helen Bergman - Director Friday 9:00 am-12:00pm & 3:00pm–7:00pm
Amanda White - Director Saturday 10:00am–4:00pm
Taylor Public Library
Taylor, BC V0C 2K0
Books, CDs, DVDs, newspapers and magazines, for
all ages and interests, from preschool to adult. We have 8500 items
available for loan. A children’s area, that is complete with child size furniture and an ‘I Spy’ table. A computer room, with 3 computer stations for free internet use, as well as reference items. A room with our adult fiction collection which contains classics as well as many new and up to date titles. A room containing our non fiction, newspaper and magazine collections, complete with a comfy reading chair and a
Story Time, Courses and Events
As we update and add to our services, please check with Sherry for current information and schedules for Story Time, Special Events, and Courses.
How do I get a Library card?
Library cards are free to all people who live in or own property with a mailing address in Taylor. Please apply in person, with 2 pieces of identification. Identification
must provide your name, signature and current address.
What can I do with my Library card?
Your Library card entitles you to borrow all forms of eligible items (books, audio/video materials, periodicals, as well as use of our free internet service). The general borrowing period for books is 21 days. There are variances to the borrowing period for New Editions and other items.
Your Taylor Public Library card is also valid within the Peace Region including Chetwynd, Dawson Creek, Fort St. John, Hudson’s Hope, Fort Nelson, Tumbler Ridge and Pouce Coupe. Their local policies apply.
It will also be accepted as your Home Card within the province of BC, making you eligible for OneCard. Their local policies apply to this service.
Inter Library Loans (ILS)
Want a book that we don’t have? You can request to borrow it from another library in BC through Outlook Online OR you can surf the catalogues of Chetwynd, Fort Nelson, Fort St. John, Hudson’s Hope, Pouce Coupe, and Tumbler Ridge and place a “hold” on the item you wish to order. Click on the Taylor Library Web Site for more info.