Beginning Friday, May 22, the library will reopen to the public with limited services.
The library’s new temporary hours will be
Monday-Friday 10am to 12:30pm and 2:30pm to 5pm.
For cleaning and sanitizing, the facility will be closed between 12:30 to 2:30 pm.
Occupancy and time limits will be limited, face coverings and social distancing are required,and computer use is by appointment only. No donations are being accepted and meeting rooms are unavailable until further notice. Library collections are open to limited browsing, and the youth areas will remain closed to the public at this time. The Library Express Lockers, book drop, and personal shopper services are available, along with a wealth of virtual resources available 24 hours a day free with your current Library card or virtual eCard. All due dates of borrowed materials were extended to June 9 and no overdue fines have accrued during the closure. All returned items will be quarantined for 72 hoursbefore available for use again. For more information about your account or questions about library services and resources, please call 727.853.1279.
We look forward to welcoming you back to the your New Port Richey Public Library!
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- Can't make it to the library to return your Summer Library Challenge reading log? Enter your information here each week for a chance to win prizes!
- Reading with the Rays is back! Things look a little different this year, but kids can still read their way to the ballpark all summer long. Check out the Reading with the Rays site to access your digital gamecard here.
New Port Richey Public Library
5939 Main Street
We transform lives with a curriculum that improves literacy, engages community, advances knowledge and sparks creative expression. Our curriculum includes participatory classes, individualized research assistance, innovative technology, relevant resources, and inspiring experiences that measurably empower our community.
Interested in advocating for the Library as a Library Advisory Board member?
We currently have one alternate seat available for a City of New Port Richey resident.
Learn more here.
Library Director, Andrea Figart
Andrea, or Andi, brings several years of library experience to her role as the Director of the New Port Richey Public Library. If you have any concerns or a even a compliment, Andi is the one to tell!
Systems & Services Librarian, Stephanie Jones
Stephanie provides technical expertise, day-to-day administration and broad support for library hardware and software solutions; manages electronic resources; updates and developed adult collections in all formats; and serves as volunteer coordinator.
Member Support Librarian, Jeff McGill
Youth Education Librarian, Jessica Meredith
Jessica creates a curriculum and collection that reflects the needs of our community's youth, ranging from infants through high school. Jessica develops innovative programming throughout the year and leads the Summer Library Challenge, and provides outreach to youth and families in our community.