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The Greater Sudbury Public Library provides open access for all, bringing people, information and ideas together to enrich lives and strengthen community through discovery, lifelong learning and a love of reading.

About Us

We offer a wide range of bilingual services and collections which meet the information and leisure needs of all ages.

Books and Much More

Search our catalogue for free books, music, movies and more.
Visit all our library locations for WIFI access and to use public computers.
Use our library search engines to find the information you need – biographies, auto repair, genealogy and the list goes on!
Check out our new Makerspace at the Main Library and join us to Learn, Share and Create.

Digital Library

Access our downloadable collection – download your library books and digital magazines right to your computer and devices.
No late fees and you don’t even have to come to the library to get them.
Watch full-length, independent films at home through IndieFlix – the best from worldwide film festivals.
Get help learning about technology and digital devices.

Programs and Services

Visit our program and events calendar for details on the many programs and events held at all of our locations.
Earn volunteer hours doing various projects at many of our library locations.
Services for educators, families, children, teens, adults and seniors.
Homebound Services will bring library materials right to your home if you are unable to make it to the library.

What’s Hot

Our website and monthly eNews mail-out gives you the latest in books, music, movies and more. Sign up for our email updates or visit our website’s
What’s Hot section. and

Greater Sudbury  Public Library Locations

Visit the location nearest you:

Azilda Library
120 Ste. Agnes Street, Azilda
Phone: 705-688-3955

Capreol Library/Citizen Service Centre
9 Morin Street, Capreol
Phone: 705-688-3958

Chelmsford Library/Citizen Service Centre
3502 Errington Avenue, Chelmsford
Phone: 705-688-3963

Coniston Library
30 Second Avenue, Coniston
Phone: 705-688-3953

Copper Cliff Library
11 Balsam Street, Copper Cliff
Phone: 705-688-3954

Dowling Library/Citizen Service Centre
79 Main Street, Dowling
Phone: 705-688-3956

Garson Library/Citizen Service Centre
214 Orell Street, Garson
Phone: 705-688-3957

Levack/Onaping Library
1 Hillside Avenue, Onaping
Phone: 705-688-3951

Lively Library/Citizen Service Centre
15 Kin Drive, Lively
Phone: 705-688-3959

Main Library
74 Mackenzie Street, Sudbury
Phone: 705-673-1155

New Sudbury Library
1346 Lasalle Boulevard, Sudbury
Phone: 705-688-3952

South End Library
1991 Regent Street South, Sudbury
Phone: 705-688-3950

Valley East Library/Citizen Service Centre
4100 Elmview Drive, Hanmer
Phone: 705-688-3961

City of Greater Sudbury Heritage Museums

Real People, Real Stories
Discover the rich heritage of your community by visiting one of the four City of Greater Sudbury Heritage Museums!
To book a tour, contact Samantha Morel at 705-674-4455, ext. 4152

Anderson Farm Museum
550 Regional Road 24, Lively
Admission: $2.00/child, $4.00/adult
Copper Cliff Museum
26 Balsam Street, Copper Cliff
Admission: Voluntary donation
Flour Mill Museum
245 St. Charles Street, Sudbury
Admission: Voluntary donation

Rayside Balfour Heritage Site
Azilda Library
120 St. Agnes Street, Azilda
For hours of operation please contact
the Azilda Library.

Northern Ontario Railroad Museum and Heritage Centre
26 Bloor Street, Capreol
Telephone: 705-858-5050

The Robert D. Cowley Sudbury
Region Police Museum
190 Brady Street, Sudbury
Telephone: 705-675-9171, ext. 2635

City of Greater Sudbury Archives

Carpe Preteritus – Seize the Past
5 Lindsley Street, Falconbridge
Phone: 705-688-3965
Email: [email protected]
Open by appointment only.

The Archives serves the entire population of the City of Greater Sudbury and its institutions by acquiring, preserving and providing access to records of enduring value which show evidence of the activities of the City of Greater Sudbury and its predecessors.  These records include both municipal government records and private records of organizations, businesses or individuals that make or have made a significant contribution to an understanding of the development of the city.

Records to donate include:
Home Movies
Minute Books
Ledgers or a variety of other unpublished items

To donate records to the archives, please call our donation number at 705-688-3965.