Ontario Community Library

Monday - Friday: 11 am to 4 pm

*Masks Required* at this time. As state health and safety mandates change this will be revised.

Library Open for Limited Services

*Masks Required*

*30-Minute Time Limit*

Due to Social Distancing requirements only a limited number of people may be in the library at a time. Please keep your visit short to allow for others to have access to the Library as well. We are currently asking Patrons/Visitors to limit their time to 30 minutes to allow for this. This 30-minute time limit applies to computer users as well. Due to Covid-19 concerns at this time there are no headphone, no computer assistance, and restrooms/water fountain are closed .

Bookmobile Services Suspended

Meeting Room is closed.

The Library has a drop box for books and videos, online account services and patrons are always welcome to call for assistance with renewals. If you have questions or concerns please call 541-889-6371. As state health and safety mandates change this will be revised.


Curb-side Services Available.

Please call for more information: 541-889-6371


Resource Links

The Ontario Community Library Website has a great online resource links for Adults, Teens and Children.

Links to games, educational information/databases, trivia, and more.

To check it out click on the links:

Children's Links and Resource Links

All links are for patron convenience only and are not affiliated with Ontario Library District. The library is not responsible for the content of linked sites; at the time they were linked these resources were age appropriate where necessary.



Virtual Program May 4 - June 1, 2021

From tiny horses to giant sloths, discover the incredible variety of life in Oregon, both past and present. Through fun, hands-on activities and experiments, families can explore adaptations that help animals survive and thrive in diverse habitats like oceans, forests, and rivers. The Amazing Animals kit program is made possible with support from the Institute for Museum and Library Services and the Wayne Morse Center for Law and Politics.

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Library Bookmark Contest

May 1- June 1, 2021

Contest is open to all library patrons ages 5 to 18 from the Ontario Community Library, Nyssa Public Library, Vale Emma Humphrey Library and/or Malheur County residents. Contest sheets/instructions will be available online on the Ontario Community Library website and available at each library.

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More information on library events coming soon.

All programs are free to the public - unless otherwise stated.

If you have questions about a program please call the library: 541-889-6371.