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Welcome to Creswell Library!

Library Catalog Button 2 Access the Creswell Library Catalog  to look up items, renew, and place holds.

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We have hired a new Youth Librarian! Stop by the library soon to meet Nick Caum, our new Youth & Community Services Librarian. Nick grew up in and lives in a nearby community with his family and is excited about getting to know our Creswell kids and families. Please give him a warm Friendly City welcome!

Not sure which storytime is best for your little ones? Check out our Storytime Schedule

Want to help the Creswell Library? You can contribute by using this handy, secure online donation tool: 


New Kids Databases for homework and school projects. Tons of facts and images FREE to use for school! Sign in using your Library Card #. For help, email
National Geographic Kids Read NatGeoKids magazines and books, like Weird But True! FREE!
Creswell Farmers' Market has started its season! We are currently seeking vendors for next year's market. If you are interested in being a vendor, please read the year's Market Policies and fill out this application. If you have any questions, please call us here at the library (541) 895-3053.

You can now use your Creswell Library card to check out books at most other Lane County public libraries (except Eugene). Here's a list of participating libraries and a map of their locations: Reciprocal Lending Libraries and Map.

Over-40 Social Club: The Over-40 Social Club meets each week on Thursdays, 10-1pm at the Creswell Community Center (99 S. 1st St.) Join us for art, chair yoga, puzzles, conversation and more! 

Lane Library District Board: Our current Board includes Barbara Jenkins (Chair), Don Best, Sue Bowers, Alejandra Garcia, and Laurie Quigley. Would you like to contact a Lane Library District Board Member? Please use this email address:

eBooks are here! Visit Library2Go to explore the thousands of eBooks, audiobooks, and videos in our collection. Contact the library if you need assistance.

WE LOVE OUR Creswell Library Volunteers! We are in need a few good men and women to help at the Library. Do you like people, love books, and are you comfortable with computers? Stop by the Library for more information, or call and ask for Paul.  Click here for an application: Volunteer Application. If you are 19 or under, talk to Karl and download the Youth Volunteer Application.

Electronic resources at our Library! These are magazines, newspapers, journals, books, and more that you can access either from Library computers or from your home computer. You can search the entire database (all the resources at once), or you can search within specific magazines or groups of materials (based on area of interest, academic orientation, etc.). Explore these items by clicking on the tab at the top of this page that says "eshelf and research" or click on this link: eshelf and research

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Great Resources at your fingertips:

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HeritageQuest Online is an essential collection of unique material for both genealogical hobbyists and professionals, with coverage dating back to the late 1700s. HeritageQuest Online combines digital, searchable images of U.S. federal census records with the digitized version of the popular UMI® Genealogy & Local History collection and other valuable content. Along with U.S. federal census images and indexes from 1790 to 1930, HeritageQuest Online offers more than 20,000 book titles, including nearly 8,000 family histories and over 12,000 local histories, in addition to the more than 250 primary source documents such as tax lists, city directories, and probate records.

Health Information Resources

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HOPE - Health Options & Patient Information

Gardening Resources

AnswerlandHave a Question?
Ask your local librarian  or try Answerland, Oregon's statewide live-chat reference service.

LearningExpress Library: Featuring over 770 practice tests, tutorials, and job search and workplace skills improvement, career certification/licensing exam preparation, college and graduate school admissions exam preparation, GED exam preparation.

OSLISFor Students
statewide portal into information and research tutorials for K-12 students, featuring Citation Maker.

Inclement weather and other closures:

The Library endeavors to be open regular hours whenever possible and has been able to so far, thanks in part to the commitment of volunteers and staff. There may be times, however, when it is not safe for staff to travel to the Library and no one local is available to serve you. In that case we will do our best to have a notice posted on the Library door and have a message on the Library answering machine. If you are not sure whether the Library is open, you are welcome to call us at 895-3053.