Junction City Public Library

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Who We Are

Junction City Public Library is a tax supported municipal library. The in-house collection consists of popular materials in adult and youth fiction and non-fiction. The on-line offerings are diverse, from down-loadable audio books to medical reference.

The Junction City Public Library is located at 726 Greenwood Street in Junction City Oregon. The Library provides free borrowing privileges to people living within the city limits, along with on-site and most on-line services to visitors.

The library holds over 22,000 items including books, magazines, dvds and audio books.  These are available for check-out.

Our friendly and professional staff of two, is eager to serve you. Welcome to Junction City Public Library!

Our Mission

The Junction City Public Library will provide high demand materials for all ages, covering a wide spectrum of interests, as well as practical reference materials to meet individual information needs.

Recognizing that developing one's knowledge base contributes to life-long learning, thus improving the quality of life, the library will provide resources to enrich this educational experience.  The trained library staff will help link people with ideas by making print and electronic tools easily accessible and by offering assistance when needed.


Various institutions within our county have developed important on-line links, e.g. health, employment and education, for Junction City users, be sure to spend some time on the library website.

Lane County Libraries

Lane County has five municipal libraries and three library districts.  Beginning July 1, 2012, the public libraries in Junction City, Springfield, Creswell, Cottage Grove, Veneta, Florence, Mapleton and Oakridge have agreed to a system, whereby a library card from a participating library will be honored in the other libraries.  Eugene Public Library does not honor cards from these libraries.

Out of town cards
Since there are plenty of people who need to use a library and who do not live in town, it is possible to get an out of town library card.  The library charges $50 for a household for one year, or $40 for households with a member age 60 or better.  The fee was calculated based on what a typical household would pay in property taxes per year.