Sunday, March 29

Upland City Library

Welcome

Upland City Library The Upland Public Library provides services to help community residents obtain information meeting their personal, educational, and recreational needs. The department places special emphasis on reference services and on stimulating young children's interest and appreciation for reading and learning. The Library serves as a learning and cultural resources center for all residents of the community. 

The Library Board of Trustees, as authorized in sections 18900-18965 of the State Education Code, provides guidance and public involvement in the management of the Library.

The Library Department also manages the renovated Carnegie Library building, rechristened as the Carnegie Cultural Center, located at 123 D Street. This historic building provides an excellent venue for both public and private gatherings.

 

Our Mission Statement

The purpose of the Upland Public Library is to provide information resources and services for the intellectual, educational and cultural enrichment of our community.

Library Address and Telephone

450 N. Euclid Avenue, Upland, CA 91786
(909) 931-4200

Please see the Staff Directory on the About the Library menu for more Library department and staff contact information.
Directions

The Upland Public Library is located at 450 N. Euclid Avenue.

  • Take the 10 FWY and exit north off of Euclid Avenue.
  • You will find the Library on the east/right hand side of Euclid Avenue between Arrow Highway and "D" Street.
  • The Library shares the city block with the Upland City Hall. The two buildings face each other across a courtyard.



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Why Support Your Local Library?

Provided by American Library Association

Libraries provide an invaluable service to the communities they serve. While all libraries are unique, they all share a few core principles that guide their service. These core principles form the foundation that makes libraries a public good.

Libraries provide equal access to information for people of all ages and backgrounds.

Libraries promote lifelong learning and literacy.

Libraries preserve our culture and history for future generations.

Libraries bring people and ideas together. Think of the library as the living room of your community.

Libraries are unique. Where else can you have access to nearly anything on CD, DVD, the Web or in print – as well as personal service and assistance in finding it?

In a world where knowledge is power, libraries make everyone more powerful.

Libraries don’t just offer the hardware, but also offer the expertise of librarians in helping teach people how to use the Internet and find the information they need quickly. While Google can give you 50,000 responses to your inquiry, your librarian can help you find the one answer you need.

Libraries are part of the American Dream. They offer free access to all. They bring opportunity to all.

Libraries and librarians provide free and equal access to information for people of all ages and backgrounds – in schools, on college and university campuses and in communities large and small.

Libraries are for everyone, everywhere.