• Bay Terrace

    UPDATE March 2024: The completion of construction for the Bay Terrace Library project is expected in June 2024, after which preparation for reopening would take approximately two months. However, due to previous and proposed budget cuts to public libraries, there is a strong possibility that reopening of the branch will be delayed. We will be sure to keep you informed.

     

    Bay Terrace is closed for a renovation project. This includes the addition of a new teen room, a new multipurpose community room with audiovisual equipment, and an accessible entrance at the side of the building.

    We appreciate your patience as we continue working to make improvements to our libraries.

    Mobile Library service will be provided on Thursdays from 10am to 5pm.

    You can also visit our other nearby Queens Public Library locations:

    Auburndale
    25-55 Francis Lewis Boulevard

    Bayside
    214-20 Northern Boulevard

    Whitestone
    151-10 14 Road

  • Broadway

    UPDATE March 2024: The completion of construction for the Broadway Library project is expected in April 2024. However, due to previous and proposed budget cuts to public libraries, there is a strong possibility that reopening of the branch will be delayed. We will be sure to keep you informed.

     

    Broadway is closed for a renovation project.

    Mobile Library service is available at this location on Mondays from 10am-5pm.

    The project includes the following improvements on the lower level:

    New computer center
    New public restrooms
    Updated meeting rooms
    New decor

    Please visit our other nearby Queens Public Library locations:

    Long Island City (37-44 21 Street)
    Sunnyside (43-06 Greenpoint Avenue)
    Woodside (54-22 Skillman Avenue)

    Thank you to the Office of Mayor Eric Adams, the Office of Queens Borough President Donovan Richards Jr., and the Office of Council Member Julie Won for providing financial support for this project.

  • Court Square

    Court Square Library is no longer in service. We have enjoyed serving you at this location over the past 30 years and look forward to seeing you again when we open a new location in the neighborhood. Thank you for supporting Queens Public Library.

  • Far Rockaway

    The Far Rockaway Temporary Library Location is open with limited service.

    During limited service, you will be able to:

    use computers;
    request, pick up, and return books and other materials;
    and pick up printing requests.

    Thank you for your understanding. Our staff is preparing the new Far Rockaway Library building for opening.

    We look forward to continuing to serve you and welcoming you to the new Far Rockaway Library at 1637 Central Avenue in Summer 2024.

     

  • Hillcrest

    UPDATE March 2024: The completion of construction for the Hillcrest Library project is expected in June 2024. However, due to previous and proposed budget cuts to public libraries, there is a strong possibility that reopening of the branch will be delayed. We will be sure to keep you informed.

     

    Hillcrest is closed for replacement of its roof and HVAC system.

    We appreciate your patience as we continue working to make improvements to our libraries.

    Please visit our other nearby Queens Public Library locations:

    Fresh Meadows (193-20 Horace Harding Expressway)
    Windsor Park (79-50 Bell Boulevard)
    Pomonok (158-21 Jewel Avenue)

    Thank you to the Office of NYC Mayor Eric Adams and the Office of NYC Council Member James Gennaro for providing financial support for this project.

  • Laurelton

    Laurelton is closed for a replacement of its HVAC system.

    Mobile Library service is provided at Laurelton on Saturdays from 10am to 5pm.

    We appreciate your continued patience as we work to make improvements to our libraries.

    You can also visit our other nearby Queens Public Library locations:

    Rosedale (144-20 243 Street)
    Rochdale Village (169-09 137 Avenue)
    Cambria Heights (218-13 Linden Boulevard)

    Thank you to the New York State Education Department and the Office of NYC Council Member Selvena Brooks-Powers for providing financial support for this project.

  • Lefrak City

    Lefrak City is closed. We look forward to serving you at a new location in the neighborhood at a future date.

    Mobile Library service is provided within the vicinity of the branch, on 57th Avenue or on 99th Street, on Fridays from 10am to 5pm.

    Thank you for your understanding. We apologize for any inconvenience. Please continue to visit our website for updates.

  • Queensboro Hill

    Queensboro Hill is closed for replacement of the building's HVAC system.

    We anticipate the library being closed for approximately 12 months.

    We appreciate your patience as we continue working to make improvements to our libraries.

    Please visit our other nearby Queens Public Library locations:

    Flushing
    41-17 Main Street

    Kew Gardens Hills
    72-33 Vleigh Place

    Pomonok
    158-21 Jewel Avenue

    Thank you to the Office of NYC Mayor Eric Adams and the Office of NYC Council Member Sandra Ung for providing financial support for this project.

     

  • Seaside

    Seaside is closed for replacement of the building's HVAC system.

    The library is expected to reopen in 12 months.

    We appreciate your patience as we continue working to make improvements to our libraries.

    Please visit our other nearby Queens Public Library locations:

    Arverne
    312 Beach 54 Street

    Broad Channel
    16-26 Cross Bay Boulevard

    Peninsula
    92-25 Rockaway Beach Boulevard

    Thank you to the Office of NYC Mayor Eric Adams, the Office of NYC Council Member Joann Ariola, and the Office of Queens Borough President Donovan Richards for providing financial support for this project.