Our library provides free and equal access to information, encourages life-long learning, and inspires the joy of reading.
The library is a department of the Town of Gibsonville. A short history of the library is available here.
Connecting people to quality information, opportunities, the world, and each other to foster community, discovery, and compassion.
|Material Type||Loan Period||Limit Per Card|
|Books & Magazines||21 days||20|
|Books on CD||21 days||6|
|Games & Puzzles||21 days||6|
|Hotspots & Laptops (learn more)||7 days||1 of each|
|Hoopla ebooks, comics, & audiobooks||21 days||5 total Hoopla items per month|
|Hoopla digital movies & TV shows||3 days||5 total Hoopla items per month|
|Hoopla digital music||7 days||5 total Hoopla items per month|
What if I return an item late?
While we do not charge daily late fees at our library, you are responsible for returning your materials on time and taking care of any fines for lost or damaged materials you may have. You can pay any fees in person with cash or check, or pay them online with a card or Paypal account.
Open library positions will be posted online at www.gibsonville.net/employment
Available volunteer positions are listed on VolunteerMatch
All residents of Gibsonville and the surrounding areas are eligible for a free library card. You will need to bring a photo ID and proof of your current address if the information on your ID is not up to date. A piece of mail or an official document like a utility bill, vehicle registration or a lease agreement can be used to prove your current address.
Children may receive their own card with a parent or legal guardian who will be financially responsible for any fines for lost or damaged materials checked out in the child’s name. You will need to bring your library card with you when checking out library materials.
Art Display Policy
Child Safety Policy
Collection Development Policy
Computer and Internet Use Policy
Hotspot Lending Policy
Laptop Lending Policy
Library Card Policy
Library Use Policy
“Library of Things” Lending Guidelines
Online Accounts Information
Request for Reconsideration of Library Materials Form
The Gibsonville Public Library conducted a community needs assessment in the summer and fall of 2016 in order to gather feedback from our service population. We used this information to craft a plan of action for our library, taking into account what the community appreciates about current services, what we could be doing better, and what we need to focus on in the future.
The board of alderman approved the library’s strategic plan in October 2017.
The plan is available to view online here.
Full Time Library Staff