About Edmond Library
The busiest library in the Metropolitan Library System, Edmond Library annually circulates more than one million books and other materials. First opened in 1967 as a storefront location, the library moved to 10 S. Boulevard in 1973. The largest renovation and expansion was completed in 2000, adding 10,000 square feet. The renovated library includes the Fred P. Snyder Quiet Reading Room, a beautiful round room for children's programs, and an expanded meeting room space. In later updates, a new automatic materials sorter was added along with additional parking.
Book drop location: On the west side of building with a designated temporary parking space available off of Boulevard.
- Citylink bus routes 4 and 6 (click here for route map)
- Closest bus stop: Public Safety Center, 100 E. 1st St. (4-minute walk from bus stop to library)
- NOTE: All Citylink routes stop at the Edmond Citylink Transit Center (30 W. 1st St.), which is 0.4 miles (10-minute walk) from the Edmond Library.
- All Citylink routes are free. Citylink does not run on Sundays, and has limited service on Saturdays.