Hazel McCallion Central Library is currently closed for a major, multi-year renovation and is set to partially reopen before the end of the year.
Hazel McCallion Central Library closed in March 2021 to undergo a major renovation to meet the growing needs of its customers and changing business priorities. The renovation will move the library forward as an important part of an urban community that inspires literacy, creativity and lifelong learning.
All five floors of public and staff space, including the Glass Pavilion, Breezeway and the Noel Ryan Auditorium are under renovation. This is the first large-scale renovation of Hazel McCallion Central Library to take place since its opening in 1991.
We anticipate that the library will reopen before the end of the year.
The Pop Up Library location will close on Sunday, November 12 at 5 pm
The automated self-return bin at Hazel McCallion Central Library (Living Arts Dr. entrance) will reopen on Monday November 13. You can also return your borrowed items at any Mississauga Library location. However, due dates on any items borrowed at the Pop Up Location prior to the closure will be extended until after the Hazel McCallion Central Library reopening date.
Holds that become available prior to November 1 will be available for pick up at Living Arts Centre Pop Up Library. All other pending holds will be automatically suspended.
You can wait for Hazel McCallion Central Library to reopen in December to activate your holds or you can select another Mississauga Library location to pick up your items sooner (depending on availability).