• Bay Terrace

    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 expect to reopen the library in Fall 2023.

    Mobile library service will be provided on Thursdays, 10am to 5pm beginning April 21.

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

  • Broadway

    Broadway is closed for a renovation project. We expect to reopen the library in Fall 2023.

    Mobile library service is available outside Broadway Library on Mondays from 10am to 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)
    Steinway (21-45 31 Street)
    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 Swing Space is located at 1003 Beach 20th Street, adjacent to the Far Rockaway Teen Library. The main library at 1637 Central Avenue is closed during the construction of a new building.

  • Fresh Meadows

    Fresh Meadows is closed for replacement of the building's roof and HVAC system. We expect to reopen the library in Fall 2022.

    Mobile library service will be provided on Saturdays, 10am to 5pm starting May 14.

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

    Thank you to the New York State Education Department for providing financial support for this project.

  • Lefrak City

    Lefrak City remains closed as we continue to address the extensive damage resulting from the remnants of Hurricane Ida.

    Mobile library service is available outside Lefrak City Library on Fridays from 10am to 5pm.

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

  • Ozone Park

    Ozone Park is closed for a roof replacement project starting March 17, 2022.

    We expect to reopen the library in Fall 2022.

    Please visit our other nearby Queens Public Library locations:

    Lefferts (103-34 Lefferts Boulevard)
    Howard Beach (92-06 156 Avenue)
    Woodhaven (85-41 Forest Parkway)

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

  • Ravenswood

    Queens Library UPK@ Ravenswood, at 35-32 21 Street, Long Island City, is a Universal Pre-Kindergarten site. Our site is a free fully operational school and is only accessible to families with children enrolled with us. If you are interested in enrolling your child in our full day Pre-Kindergarten, please contact us at C.Olivo@queenslibrary.org or by calling 347-529-7792.