The Lynn Public Library is closed to the public but staff is still here to help! Our Help Desk hours are Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday 9am-5pm and Tuesday 9am to 8pm. During this time, we can assist with…
- Return boxes are available 24 hours a day. Patrons can drop off their returns in any one of the three boxes located around our building. Items are quarantined for 1 week before they are checked in.
- Item fines will be waived.
- Current patrons who have lost their library card numbers can register for a temporary card to use our online services.
Our summer reading programs have ended for the season.
Parents, if you still need to claim prizes for your little readers, please contact the Children’s Department at 781-595-0567 ext. 110 or email us at email@example.com.
Due to the precautions being taken to avoid the spread of COVID-19, the Lynn Public Library is offering our patrons the ability to apply for a temporary library card, which can be used to access our online resources.
To apply for a temporary library card, please complete this form. A confirmation email containing your temporary library card number will be sent to you within 48 hours. Click here for full details.
Overdrive now has a new ebook and audiobook app! Libby is now available to download for free from your app store. For more information visit the Libby help page.
Your favorite app for e books and audio books has just gotten better. Libby now has magazines that you can download to your favorite smart device or computer! Visit https://noble.overdrive.com/ for more information and to browse the magazine collection.
The library will be closed starting Monday March 16th until further notice. We will have an update regarding services soon.
The Lynn Public Library has cancelled all programs, meetings, and events. We will update as more information becomes available.
City of Lynn COVID-19 Virus Information and Resources:
The staff of the Lynn Public Library is dedicated to serving the needs of a diverse population whose interests range from scholarly research to cultural pursuits to entertainment. The Library encourages an environment where its patrons may inform, educate, and enlighten themselves. Our collection numbers almost 125,000 volumes, with over 30,000 in the Children’s Department alone. The large Reference collection is known for its emphasis on Lynn history, genealogy, the Civil War, business and law. The Circulation Department keeps current with all the best sellers.
The Lynn Public Library is one of 28 area libraries that make up the North of Boston Library Exchange (NOBLE).