The William-G.-Boll Library is located in the eastern sector of Pierrefonds-Roxboro borough. The space that characterizes it makes it a human neighborhood library where citizens like to meet. Their attachment to the library has never wavered since its creation.
Activities in libraries
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- Library subscription, in person, and online.
- Access to the collections of all 45 libraries in the Montreal library network, as well as the Digital Library
- Loans of documents, games, and musical instruments. To know more about loans.
- Home book loan service
- Loans of documents with libraries outside of Montréal’s library network
- Reservations and renewals of documents, in person, online, or by phone
- Book drop for document returns
- Individual computer stations upon reservation, made the previous or same day (maximum 2 hours per day, maximum 4 hours per week)
- Access to scanners, photocopiers and printers (black and white, and colour)
- Reference and reader assistance service
About - A brief history
In 1960, a group of residents called on their fellow citizens to collect books and raise funds, at a rate of $1 per person. The forerunner of the William G. Boll Library was born in the basement of a house at 11th Park Avenue. In 1967, architects Donaldson and Sanky were chosen to design the structure we know today on Cartier Street. Originally named the Bibliothèque des Sources, it has become the Roxboro Library in 1997 and the William G. Boll Library in 2020 who was a city councilor from 1961 to 1964 and mayor of Roxboro from 1964 to 1990.
- Air conditioning
- Bike stand
- Free parking
- Free Wi-Fi
- Accessible parking
- Accessible washrooms
- Ground-level entrance
- Wheel-chair accessible
- Credit card (MasterCard, Visa)
- Debit card
Activities by registration
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