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City of Sweet Home
Library
Overview
Contact
Rose Peda
Library Director

Rose Peda
Library Director
1101 13th Ave.
Sweet Home, OR  97386

Ph: (541) 367-5007
Fx: (541) 367-3754

Hours
10:00 am - 6:00 pm
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday

10:00 am - 3:00 pm
Friday, Saturday

Closed
Sunday, Wednesday, and major holidays
The library was established in 1942 and it has been serving the community on the corner of 13th and Kalmia Street since 1969.

Designated a small rural library, funding has always been tight. Although it has been a rewarding challenge to provide more with less, this would not be possible without the Friends of the Library and our library-loving volunteers!

Library Policy Manual 

Annual Report - 2013 (Adobe Reader is required to launch report)

Library Policy Brochure

Services

Current Library Services include, but are not limited to, the following:
  • Books and books on tape
  • Magazines
  • DVD / VHS and music CDs
  • Summer Reading Program
  • Reference
  • Six public access computers
  • Wi Fi 
  • NW Book Collection
  • Large Print Collection
  • Big Screen Movie System 

 

The Sweet Home Public Library is automated and you can browse our collection and reserve books online. To check out out online services, go to
http://shpl.ci.sweet-home.or.us or click on the Library Catalog on the City's home page.


Library Cards
To apply for a library card you must have current photo ID, proof of Sweet Home residency and valid phone number to verify information.

The card is good for one year from date of application.

Out-of-City fees are $35 per year. 

Other
Oregon Library Passport Program
Sweet Home Public Library is participating in the OREGON LIBRARIES PASSPORT PROGRAMThe Oregon Library Passport Program recognizes that library service ought to mirror the way Oregonians live, work, shop, and play, and reduce barriers to library service. The underlying premise of the Passport Program is that cardholders of legally-established public libraries ought to be able to use other legally-established public libraries. The Passport Program is meant to be an exchange; a library extends service to users of other participating libraries, and vice versa.   For more information check out the website  http://librariesoforegon.org/passport 


 



Oregon at its Best!
Sweet Home City Hall, 1140 12th Avenue, Sweet Home, OR 97386, Ph: (541) 367-5128, Fax (541) 367-5113