Langford is privileged to have a new express concept library in the city centre: the Goudy Branch of the Greater Victoria Public Library.
With Goldstream Avenue patio seating and an attached coffee shop, the Goudy Branch combines the relaxed atmosphere of a quirky bookstore with the convenience and freedom of a library.
Goudy Branch specializes in current, popular and in-demand items that are displayed face forward in easy to find browsing categories. Greater Victoria Public Library's entire collection is also available by order.
Teens have their own video gaming station and video games to check out for entertainment at home. Kids can search the mini-replica of Langford's Trolley for new books of all kinds.
Goudy Branch has adult and children's fiction and non-fiction, picture books and board books, paperbacks, large print books, magazines, DVDs and music CDs.
The City of Langford invested $350,000 in the Goudy Branch to bring an accessible educational resource to the residents of Langford. The Branch was dedicated to Gabrielle and Isobel Goudy.
Come enjoy a latte at the Goudy Branch Library in downtown Langford.
Langford Heritage Branch
A new branch of the Greater Victoria Public Library system is coming to Langford. The Langford Heritage Branch is scheduled to open in April 2016 and will be located at the rear of the new YMCA Building currently under construction. The YMCA is located at 1319 Westhills Drive with the Library being addressed off of Lakepoint Way on the south side of the property.
More information will be added as it becomes available.
Juan de Fuca Branch
One of Greater Victoria Public Library's largest libraries is also at West Shore's largest sports complex, the Juan de Fuca Recreation Centre.
Located along the Old Island Highway, the Juan de Fuca Branch is in a central location and is easily accessible to Langford residents.
Visit the Greater Victoria Public Library website for Branch Hours and collections.Go to Top