The building that houses Bibliothèque de La Petite-Patrie was built in 1931 to house a theatre, a police station and a fire station. Today, the branch shares the space with the Rosemont-La Petite-Patrie maison de la culture (arts centre) and the fire station 47.
- People ages 10 and over are required to wear a mask that covers the nose and mouth at all times.
- Access to the collections, stacks and seating at the library is permitted. Computing stations can also be reserved by telephone (514-872-1733) or in person. Individual work tables are available on a drop-in basis.
- Please note that it is not possible, at present, to get or renew an Accès Montréal card at a library. For further information, click here.
- Discover the Bibliothèque La Petite-Patrie’s Grainothèque, a seed exchange where residents can drop off and pick up seeds to grow flowers, fruits, herbs and vegetables.
- Take advantage of the canning equipment loan service (in French) to learn more about preservation of jarred foods.
- Air conditioning
- Bike stand
- Drinking fountain
- Free Wi-Fi
- Access ramp
- Reserved parking spaces (permit)
- Wheel-chair accessible
- Credit card (MasterCard, Visa)
- Debit card