Starting Tuesday, August 3rd, Brampton Library will offer limited study space, access to Chromebooks, and Magazines and Newspapers in its four branches now open to the public.  Those branches are Chinguacousy in the Civic Centre, Cyril Clark, Four Corners (downtown), and Springdale.

These services are available:

  • Browsing of materials, computer use, and holds pickup allowed
  • Regular cleaning and disinfecting, but without closures every 90 minutes 
  • Occupancy maximum of 25% in public areas 
  • Printing and copying fees reinstated

The following services are not yet available:

  • Room bookings
  • Makerspaces / Audio Recording Studio
  • In-branch programs
  • Gore Meadows, Mount Pleasant Village, South West, and South Fletcher's continue to offer Curbside Pickup only.

Written by Todd Kyle

Published: July 8th, 2021

Brampton Library is happy to announce that as of Monday, July 12,2021 four of our branches will be open for expanded services: Chinguacousy, Four Corners, Springdale, and for the first time in a long while, Cyril Clark.

At each of these branches, services will be expanded as follows:

  • Browsing of materials, computer use, and holds pickup allowed

  • Regular cleaning and disinfecting, but without closures every 90 minutes 

  • Occupancy maximum of 25% in public areas 

  • Printing and copying fees reinstated

The following services will not yet be available:

  • Study and quiet space 

  • Chromebook lending

  • Room bookings

  • Makerspaces / Audio Recording Studio

  • In-branch programs

  • Gore Meadows, Mount Pleasant Village, South West, and South Fletcher's continue to offer Curbside Pickup only.

We continue to take a cautious approach to reopening, keeping community safety first and foremost and monitoring conditions in working towards a full reopening of all branches and services, as the pandemic recedes. 


For now, we are thrilled to be able to welcome you back into these branches and to let you pick what you want to borrow! Staff will be available as usual for assistance, so please stop by to say hi. As capacity is still limited, we do ask that you keep your visit to a reasonable length. Together, we can keep our Library as a place where everyone belongs and where everyone is safe.

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