Waterloo Region has many vibrant public libraries dedicated to providing information, research facilities, lifelong learning and enjoyment for people of all ages.  

Each of the three cities within the region operates its own public library system, while the Region of Waterloo operates the library system in the four townships. Public libraries in Waterloo Region offer common services such as interlibrary loan, free Wi-Fi, employment resources and local history collections.

Region of Waterloo Library

The Region of Waterloo Library has 10 branches offering library services, programs and events to the Townships of North Dumfries, Wellesley, Wilmot and Woolwich.

Learn how you can become a member, discover the diverse collections, including e-services, and enjoy ongoing programs and events for people of all ages by visiting

Public Health Lending Library

The Public Health Resource Library is a lending library for anyone who lives, works or goes to school in Waterloo Region. You can borrow teaching kits, displays, DVDs, posters and books free of charge.

City Libraries

Cambridge, Kitchener and Waterloo also have their own public library systems:


Contact Us

Region of Waterloo Library Headquarters
2017 Nafziger Road, Baden N3A 3H4

T. 519-575-4590
F. 519-575-4609
Email to Region of Waterloo Library Headquarters