This 9,600 square feet library is located in the heart of historic Woodbridge next to the Market Lane shopping concourse. The library has been renovated over the years to meet the needs of the evolving community, with dedicated children's area, reading lounge, meeting spaces and quiet study area. Woodbridge Library also participates in the Annual Christmas in the Village and has a sizeable Italian collection.
Free outdoor parking is available.
VPL Food Drive
Book it to our food drive and get in the holiday mood by giving what you CAN. From December 1 to 16, Vaughan Public Libraries is accepting donations of non-perishable food items at all locations for our 17th annual food drive. Collected items will be donated to the Vaughan Food Bank, Humanity First and Chasdei Kaduri. Show your support for our community and make a difference.
December 1 at 12:00 AM
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Individual and Group Study Space (32 seats)
Mechanics Institute Collection
Soft Seating (16 seats)
Children's Early Literacy Stations (2)
Photocopier / Printer / Scanner
Wireless Internet Access
Automatic Main Entry Door Opener
Wheelchair Accessible Elevator
Wheelchair Accessible Height-Adjustable Self Checkout Station
Wheelchair Accessible Height-Adjustable Desk
Accessible Height Book Return
Accessible Spaces and Aisles
Access to CELA library
Home Library Services
Magnifying Bookmarks (For sale)
Language Line Phone
Strobe Light Fire Alarms
Vaughan Public Libraries respectfully acknowledges that our libraries were built upon the Territory and Treaty lands of the Mississaugas of the Credit First Nation per the Toronto Purchase agreement or Treaty 13.
We also recognize we are situated in the traditional territory of the Huron-Wendat and the Haudenosaunee who occupied this land before the arrival of European settlers.
The City of Vaughan is currently home to many First Nations, Inuit and Métis people. We acknowledge their contributions to the life and prosperity of this land.
As representatives of the people of the City of Vaughan, we are grateful to have the opportunity to work and live in this territory.
In 1971, the Village of Woodbridge officially became part of the Town of Vaughan, and the Woodbridge Library Board joined with the Vaughan Public Library Board to become part of a larger system of libraries. The Woodbridge Public Library operated out of a former municipal building, but after 10 years it was time to move to a new location to serve the fast-growing population.
In 1981, former Library Board Chair, Isabel Little, lead a committee to build the current Woodbridge Public Library building on Woodbridge Ave. Built into an existing historic building, this was quite a process and resulted in the lovely, bright, window-filled building we have today. This library has served the community well for the past 50 years.
Visit Woodbridge Library to enjoy our wonderful collection and be a part of its continuing history.
For more facts and figures, view the Library Fact Sheet.