The general election is coming up on November 7—it’s time to get ready to vote!
Voters in New York will elect members of the New York City Council, District Attorneys in Queens and the Bronx, judges, and other officials.
Voters will also have a say in New York State ballot… READ MORE
New York City is officially going through a heat wave, and Queens Public Library is here to help!
If you don’t have air conditioning in your home or your apartment, or if you are at risk for heat-related illness, please visit your local library.
Public libraries in New York… READ MORE
The humanitarian crisis caused by the war in Ukraine continues to affect millions of people, including those still living there and those who have fled the country to escape the conflict.
Queens Public Library will continue to compile resources and information to help those… READ MORE
Tuesday, June 27, 2023 is Primary Election Day, and several of our branches will serve as polling sites.
Queens residents will cast their votes at the Briarwood, Central, East Elmhurst, Elmhurst, Forest Hills, Kew Gardens Hills, Lefferts, North Forest Park, Peninsula, Richmond… READ MORE
Public libraries make New York City stronger for everyone. They offer free access to knowledge, information, and opportunity to all, no matter their background, identity, or circumstances. They are a cornerstone of our city’s recovery and the center of community in… READ MORE