Our volunteer Board of Trustees governs the Fort Saskatchewan Public Library, lobbies for library support and advocates for the library throughout the community.
Mission, Mandate and Approach
Our Mission, Mandate and Approach provide the foundation of how we provide library services to residents of Fort Saskatchewan.
In 1901, Superintendent Charles Constantine set up Fort Saskatchewan’s first lending library in the North West Mounted Police barracks. Learn more about the history of library services in our community.
Documents and Policies
Our strategic plan, annual reports, Board policies and other FPSL publications available in PDF format.
Interested in working at the Library? Find out about current job openings.
Did You Know?...
Read interesting and useful information about the Library.
Donating Material to FSPL
We are grateful to our community for donating books and other materials to the library for our collection and our book sales. Because of storage restrictions we are only able to accept one small grocery-sized bag of materials at a time.
We are happy to accept:
- Gently used books
- CDs, DVDs, and audiobooks in their original packaging
- Comic books in good condition
We do not accept:
- Material in poor condition (yellowed, mouldy, torn, water damaged or smelly)
- Cassettes, VHS, or vinyl records
- Computer software
Library Late Fees
Children's Material: $0.15/day
Adult Materials: $0.30/day
Audiobooks/CDs/DVDs/Blu-rays/DAISY books: $0.40/day
Bestseller/AV Express: $1.00/day