Lebanon Public Library

The Lebanon Public Library provides cultural and intellectual enrichment to all people in our community. We are especially committed to providing opportunities for children to develop literacy and other essential life skills through storytimes, Spring Break and Summer Reading programs, outreach to new parents, and other children’s programs.

Who do we serve?

  • Our programs and services are available to all.
  • Those residing within the city of Lebanon pay for library cards through city taxes.
  • Nonresident library cards are available for a fee to those living outside the city.

What services do we offer?


  • A beautiful children’s area with board books, books with CD’s, music, enrichment manipulatives, and child-centered furnishings
  • Programs for families and children of all ages, including musicians, storytellers, Baby & Me and Preschool storytimes, Lego Club, Teen Book Club, Summer Reading Program, and more.
  • Early literacy information for parents and caregivers, including multi-media Lesson Kits and Fun Paks
  • An extensive collection of books, music, videos, newspapers and magazines
  • Online resources, including research databases; downloadable e-books, audio books, and music; tutorials; and more.
  • Computers, facilities for printing/copying/faxing/scanning, and free wifi
  • A versatile and well-appointed large meeting room, along with small study rooms for individuals and small groups.

(541) 258-4926
55 Academy St.
Lebanon, Oregon 97355

Monday-Thursday: 10 am – 7 pm
Friday-Saturday: 10 am – 5 pm
Closed Sunday