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Welcome to the Fort Saskatchewan Public Library! Read up on our Library News!


The makerspace equipment and furniture has been added to the room.

We're planning to open the makerspace in the next few weeks.

Click here to view the construction photo album.



Marty Chan, who has been  named one of two 2016 Metro Federation Writers in Residence for four local librariesReaders and writers alike can look forward to spending the next year learning from Marty Chan and Wayne Arthurson, who have been named the 2016 Metro Federation Writers in Residence.

As the regional Writer in Residence, Marty Chan will split his time between Strathcona County (January – April), Fort Saskatchewan (May – June) and St. Albert (August – December). He is well known to Edmonton area audiences as a playwright, radio writer, television story editor and young adult author. His signature play, Mom, Dad, I’m Living with a White Girl, won an Elizabeth Sterling Haynes Award for Best New Work and the Adams Chinese Theatre Award at Harvard University.

Wayne Arthurson will call the Edmonton Public Library home for the whole of 2016. He is an indigenous writer and musician and the author of nine books, including the bestselling Fall From Grace and A Killing Winter

Local scribes can take advantage of numerous programs and workshops with both writers, and will also have the unique opportunity to work one-on-one with them. Those who want to book some time with either Writer in Residence can visit after January 4, 2016 to contact them.

For more information, see the Media Release. 

Our book sale has doubled in size and new material is continually being added.

All items are 25 cents each.  Perfect for reading on planes, trains, and automobiles.  And ONLY 25 cents each!!



Shop early, shop often.



All of our New Arrivals can be browsed using our enhanced online catalogue, BiblioCommons.

(To bring up this list yourself, click Explore --> New Titles. You can use the filters alongside the left portion of your screen to narrow your search.)

We are acquiring more “new arrivals” than ever before and encourage you to use our catalogue’s many features to find and request your next great title!



Did you know that the Fort Saskatchewan Public Library has an email mailing list?  Send your request to be added to this list to and you’ll receive our weekly New Book List and other timely announcements.



Click on the cover to download a PDF copy of our full Plan of Service. Our plan was created based on community input -- thank you for your participation!