Writer in Residence: Katrina Shawver March-May
The library is hosting a Writer in Residence who will be onsite to write and provide instruction to aspiring authors. Katrina Shawver is an experienced writer, public speaker and the author of Henry: A Polish Swimmer’s True Story of Friendship from Auschwitz to America, an award-winning biography released in 2017. Meet one-on-one for expert writing advice or manuscript review or attend a workshop to learn new skills in craft and publishing. All experience levels are welcome. Click here for more information.
Tax Forms and Tax Help
Pre-printed tax forms are not available at the library, but we have access to online forms as well as resources to help you file your taxes. Click here for more information.
Glendale Public Library Services Expand to Western Glendale Construction Now Underway
The construction of Glendale’s fourth and newest public library branch, located on the grounds of Heroes Regional Park near 83rd Avenue and Bethany Home Road, officially commenced on June 11, 2018. The new 7,500 sq. ft. library is projected to serve 80,000 visitors annually and bring an array of branch library services and the latest innovations in library technologies to the western portion of our city’s municipality.
More information | Construction progress photos
Mobile Print Services
You can print directly from our library computers -- or from anywhere! Click here to send your documents from your mobile device, laptop, or home computer.
Culture Pass News Please take a moment to submit this brief Culture Pass survey. If you would like more information about the Culture Pass program, click here for details.
Glendale Public Library meeting rooms are available to rental for resident and nonresident, nonprofit and commercial groups. Click here for more information.
Main Library's Xeriscape Garden
Did you know that visiting a garden is good for your health? It’s true! Come visit the Glendale Xeriscape (low-water-use) Demonstration Garden that surrounds the Glendale Main Library. With over 400 species of desert-adapted plants, the garden showcases landscape practices that are in harmony with the Sonoran Desert. The rich diversity of plants, abundant shade, and natural setting create a welcome respite for wildlife and people. Click here for details.