Fargo Public Library
The Fargo Public Library will be a vital center of knowledge for all the people of Fargo. We will be a leader in traditional and innovative library services, which reflect the dynamic spirit of our citizens.
We provide effective and efficient library services to meet our customers' personal, professional and lifelong learning needs.
The Fargo Public Library, with three locations in Fargo, North Dakota, provides educational and entertainment materials for people of all ages. Hours for the three libraries vary based on location.
The Fargo Public Library has a collection of more than 165,000 books, 10,000 DVDs and many other physical (external link) and electronic resources. All three locations provide public access computers and wireless internet access for laptops. The library also has children’s, teen, and adult programming including story times, computer classes and delivery to homebound citizens through our outreach service. Check out the calendar of events for programming information.
Please explore the links to the left for information on our various locations and services. The links at the top of the page will take you to our catalog and the links to the right will take you to library card sign up and other Web-based services.
We also produce an annual report with an overview of the Library's collection, usage and fiscal summary. See our 2015 Annual Report for more information about the various programs, activities, and accomplishments of the library.
The Breezeway Cafe is located just inside the east entrance of the downtown Main Library. Hours for the Breezeway Café can be found on the library's Hours and Contact page.
Fargo Public Library is not affiliated with AmericanTowns Media