Ferguson Library is your hometown library. Our mission is to provide the community with access to print and digital resources for education, information and recreation, and a welcoming public place for both community interaction and individual pursuits. The Library encourages lifelong learning and serves as a community information and technology gateway, dedicated to making the City of Ferguson a rewarding, attractive, and pleasant place in which to live, visit, and work.
Get a library card and access books, movies, magazines on-site, or remotely to special purchase online resources. Public computers, wi-fi, meeting rooms, copier, fax, and more. Library Board of Trustees
Our Library Board consists of nine trustees appointed by the Mayor of Ferguson, and approved by Council, who volunteer their time to oversee Library administration and policies.
Friends of the Ferguson Library
Friends of the Ferguson Library (FLIERS) volunteer to support the Library through many different activities, including book and bake sales, and special programs. History of the Library
The Ferguson Library began as a volunteer library in June 1930. As a vital community center, the Library blends new technologies of the 21st century, with its rich history.