Waterloo Public Library is dedicated to serving the community with a primary focus on nurturing and meeting the literacy requirements of the citizens of Waterloo. In its early stages, the library operated with a subscription fee for users, channelling these funds into acquiring additional books and shelves. A diverse range of programs tailored for children, teenagers, and adults, along with bookable study rooms, are provided by the library at no cost. The main branch has amenities like a VHS converter and complimentary WiFi access. The library team takes pride in their extensive collection, encompassing DVDs, Music CDs, graphic novels, and ebooks. Recognizing the needs of those facing visual and physical challenges, or enduring long-term illnesses, the library facilitates the delivery of library materials to their doorstep. This inclusive approach ensures that everyone can access the library's resources regardless of their circumstances. The Waterloo Public Library encompasses three additional branches that operate under the auspices of the main library. These branches diligently extend their services to non-commercial groups, offering print and digital resources catering to their unique needs.
• Reading Club.
Fri & Sat: 9:30am - 5:30pm