Regina Public Library (RPL) is an urban library system committed to delivering the highest level of service to meet the ever-evolving needs of the people of Regina. Since its inception in 1908, it continues to play an integral role in the social and economic vibrancy of the city.
The library is an integrated cultural institution with a commitment to literacy in all forms. It provides community members with opportunities to learn and empower themselves, and guidance toward personal fulfillment and success.
“I’m a proud supporter of RPL. It’s a non-negotiable resource— libraries go back 100s of years—where would we be without them?” – Karen
Regina Public Library positively impacts our community by providing community services, spaces and technologies to inspire discovery, learning, and connection – at every branch, online, and in person.
So far this year:
- 653,988 visits to library locations
- 7,318 new library cards added
- 281,859 digital items checked out and renewed
- 2,000 programs delivered to adults, teens, and children
- 1,966,432 public wireless connections
- 900,342 physical items circulated
It doesn’t matter who we talk to, nearly everyone has a library story. From regular visitors who are in our branches every day, to online browsers who enjoy streaming movies, to members of the public who simply appreciate the library’s place in our community, there are so many great stories about the the impact of libraries.