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City of Langley Library
20399 Douglas Crescent
Langley V3A 4B3

The City of Langley Library is a part of the Fraser Valley Regional Library (FVRL). FVRL is the largest public library system in British Columbia, with 25 community libraries serving 700,000 people in its service area. The City of Langley Library offers almost 17,000 square feet of collections and services.

Beginning June 1 you can start picking up library holds using our FVRL Express – Click, Pick, Go. The new contactless service offers customers a physically distanced way to pick up library holds and return items at all 25 locations.

How to Use FVRL Express

  1. Browse the catalogue and place holds now!
  2. Staff will pick and package the holds, and send an email when they are ready for pick up.
  3. Plan to pick up your items on your next essential outing or within 3 weeks of receiving the email. Please check your local library’s hours of operation prior to heading out.
  4. When you arrive at your pick up library follow all ground markings and signs to the pickup point. Ensure you maintain a safe physical distance of two meters, or six feet, between you and other customers at all times when in the queue.
  5. At the pickup point, show your library card or ID. Library staff will retrieve your packaged holds, place them outside the door, and motion to you when it’s safe to step forward and retrieve your package

Book Drops will reopen June 1. However there is no rush to return materials checked out to you prior to the closures – late fines will not accrue. You may only return items that fit through the book drop slot - please hold on to any oversized item (e.g. Playground item) until we can physically accept them back.

Library Cards are Free

As a resident of Langley, your library card is free. Please call or visit the library to find out which card is best for you and your family members.

Membership is free to all residents and includes:

  • Access to a collection of over 1.5 million items

  • 24/7 access to online library services at

  • Events and programs for all ages (during normal times)

  • Professional reference and information services (during normal times)

  • Free Internet access (during normal times)

  • Access to reading materials for home-bound residents through our Outreach services.

What you’ll find at your library

Our collection includes current and popular materials for all ages. In addition to books, you’ll find magazines, Blu-rays, DVDs, CD music and audio books, maps, language learning resources, newspapers and more. Find eBooks, eAudio Books, online magazines,, sheet music, language instruction and other online resources through Digital Content.

Hours of Operation

Your library is open 7 days a week.

Mon – Thu 9:00 am to 9:00 pm

Fri 9:00 am to 5:00 pm

Sat 10:00 am to 5:00 pm

Sun 1:00 pm to 5:00 pm

Computer Resources

The City of Langley Library provides computer and Internet access, including word processing and printing. The library site is wireless enabled so that you can use your own laptop or PDA to link to the library's website and the Internet. Call or visit for details.

Information Resources are available 24 hours a day at

Your virtual library is always open and easily accessible from home or office.

Online catalogue

Search the library's online catalogue via the FVRL website. You can place requests on items, renew materials, check on the status of your account, read book reviews and more.


Need an answer to an important question? Get fast facts or in-depth information. Check our Digital Content, visit the library, or contact the library by telephone.

What's Happening at Your Library?

FVRL puts on over 7,800 programs every year; young or old, there is a program for everyone. Choose from educational and literacy programs, general interest programs, author readings, book clubs, conversation circles and more. All programs are free

Friends of the Library

Your enthusiastic support is greatly needed!

Friends of the Library are recognized as one of the most important citizen groups in the library world. Time and time again Friends groups have brought benefits to the library as a result of activities and representation of community needs and interests. Check our webpage, or call or visit the library to find out how you can become a Friend.