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Service Announcements

How to get information in the event of a service disruption by Canada Post.

Most notifications from the library come by email or phone and these notifications will continue, however, final notices and charges for lost items are normally mailed out. You can find out what you have borrowed, when it is due and renew most items (as long as no other client has requested them) in one of the following ways:

  • online at www.pickering.bibliocommons.com
  • via the automated telephone system at 905-831-8209
  • calling the Central library at 905-831-6265 or your local branch
  • visiting any Pickering Public Library location.

You can pay your fees online at www.pickering.bibliocommons.com or by coming into a library branch. Don’t forget that you are still responsible for ensuring that your library materials are returned on time.
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Pickering Central Library and Civic Complex Parking Lot Closure

Please note: The Pickering Central Library and Civic Complex parking lot will be closed for the Pickering City Centre Farmers’ Market every Tuesday from 6:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. beginning on June 14 until October 4. Additional parking is available at the Pickering Town Centre.

TD Summer Reading Club



TD Summer Reading Club 2016 (birth to 12 years)

This summer, kids are encouraged to escape their everyday, step outside their ordinary and seek the unknown and untamed through reading. Whether it’s outdoors, outrageous or out of bounds, the unexplored is calling, and with TD Summer Reading Club books, activities, and an unleashed imagination, kids can let go and find their wild this summer.

Families who register will receive a free program package, based on their child’s age, with everything children need to for the TD Summer Reading Club, including a free Durham Ride to Read Transit Pass (you must have a library card for the transit pass).

Families are encouraged to return once a week, whenever it is convenient, and talk to Library staff about their reading. What counts as reading? Children can read independently, read to someone else or have someone read to them. Fiction and non-fiction books, magazines, comics, newspapers and audio books are all great choices. Please talk to staff if your child needs help finding a book.

Each week when children return to the library, they will be entered in a prize draw and receive a special collectible sticker. Children who attend 6 weeks out of the total 9 weeks in the summer will be entered in the Grand Prize draw.

Quality of Life Survey

Share your opinion on the quality of life in Pickering

Quality of Life in Pickering Survey

Residents are invited to take our survey for a chance to win:

  • One-year Health Club Membership at the Pickering Recreation Complex ($460 value).
  • Family Season Pass for the Pickering Museum Village ($85 value).
  • One of three sustainability gift baskets