Crowley Public Library


To ensure the health and safety of our patrons and staff, the library will reopen on Tuesday, May 19, 2020, at 25 percent capacity. We will continue to provide curbside service during this time for those who prefer to use this method.

Hours of operation will be as follows:

Tuesday-Friday from 10 AM-5 PM.

Saturday from 10- 3 p.m.

Computers available by appointment only. Schedule an appointment one of the three ways:

1. At the front desk

2. By calling 817-297-6707 ext. 2050

3. Email Tech Services here.

Regular library  materials will be available for checkout. This includes books, DVDs and audios. This does NOT include story kits, board games or special collections.

All programs and events are canceled, and meeting spaces are  unavailable.

Thank you for your understanding. Please Contact Cristina Winner, Community Services Director at 817-297-6707 ext. 2090 with any questions or concerns.


The Crowley Public Library’s mission is to serve the community by offering media services, resources, programs and facilities that fulfill the informational, educational and cultural needs and interests of the community. The Crowley Public Library promotes the open exchange of ideas through free access to information and connects a culturally diverse population with the global community.

The Crowley Public Library collaborates with various departments within the city and local organizations to improve the quality of life of Crowley residents. As a dynamic and progressive institution, the Crowley Public Library continually adds new collections and services and adapts existing programs as the community changes and as new technologies develop.


Services provided include:
  • Book A Librarian
  • Notary
  • Leap 'N Learn
  • Story Time
  • Test preparation for the GED/ESL


The library offers many program that are designed to help our patrons excel in every area of their lives. 

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