The Free Public Library of the Township of Willingboro was established in 1960, after approval by the voters in referendum in November, 1960. The formation of the Library and the referendum to establish it as a Free Public Library was the result of the efforts of a number of citizens who had formed the Library Association of Levittown and who worked to develop support for the Library. While much of the budgetary funding for the Library comes from the appropriation included in the Township Budget adopted by the Township Council, the Library is governed by a Board of Trustees. The Board of Trustees of the Free Public Library consists of five citizens appointed by the Mayor along with a representative of the Township Manager and a representative of the Superintendent of Schools. The Board of Trustees appoints the Library Director who manages the day-to-day operations of the Library. Click here to visit the Willingboro Township Library website.