About Edmond Library
The busiest library in the Metropolitan Library System, Edmond Library annually circulates more than one million books and other materials. In 1967, the Edmond Library first opened in a leased storefront in the Edmond Plaza Shopping Center. In 1973, it moved to its current location at 10 S. Boulevard. In 1996, Edmond voters approved funding for expanding the Edmond Library by 10,000 square feet and to add additional parking. The renovation and expansion was completed in 2000. The renovated library included the Fred P. Snyder Quiet Reading Room, a special children's area, expanded meeting room space, a beautiful round room for programs, a "teen corner," and new furnishings.
Book drop location: On the west side of building with a designated temporary parking space available off of Boulevard.