The Willingboro Public Library was developed and constructed as a new, state-of-the art library which opened in September of 2003.
Named an American Institute of Architects Top Ten Green Project, the building is a 70% new construction, 30% renovation of a 1959 building.
Formerly Woolworth's in the old Plaza on Route 130, the 42,000 sq. foot library is an anchor of the new Willingboro Town Center.
The library has also won a Green Building Award from the Pa. Environmental Council.
The new library features services that include:
- 29 public access computers
- a computer training center
- a local history room
- multiple large and small meeting rooms
- an exhibit room
- children's reading garden, and
- a café
Citizens of Willingboro and surrounding communities show their enthusiasm for the library and its services by breaking all attendance records.
In 2007, 156,314 people visited the library, the most of any year in its nearly 50 year history.
In June, 2008 the highest monthly usage ever was recorded: 16,234.
Directions to the Willingboro Library, located at 220 Willingboro Parkway, Willingboro, NJ, 08046
(inside the Willingboro Town Center Complex) Rt 130 North between Levitt Parkway and Van Sciver Parkway.