The Friends of the Springfield Public Library is a non-profit organization that focuses public attention on library services, facilities, and needs. Funds raised by the Friends events help to strengthen and expand library services and to stimulate the use of the library facilities as a resource center for the entire community.
The Springfield Public Library Foundation secures financial opportunities and cultivates community relationships which grow essential and innovative library services and programs. Visit their webpage to learn more about how to support the library, and about how they support the Springfield community as a whole.
Due to restrictions related to COVID-19, the Springfield Public Library is not currently accepting volunteer applications.
Volunteering at the Springfield Public Library is a wonderful way to make a positive impact in your community.
Volunteer opportunities include: shelving materials, working on special projects, and helping out at library programs as well as opportunities to serve on the Springfield Arts Commission, Springfield Public Library Board, Springfield History Museum Committee, or Friends of the Springfield Public Library.
More information about volunteering for the City of Springfield can be found here.
Springfield Public Library | 225 5th Street [Inside City Hall] | Springfield, OR 97477-4636 | (541) 726-3766
Library services will be closed Monday, Jan. 18, 2021 and we are closed on Sundays.
Phone service, curbside pickup, and computer/tech help appointments will resume on Tuesday, Jan. 19, 2021.