Central Library
Central Library
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Central Library at night
Central Library Features

The Central Library of the Mississauga Library System is one of the busiest libraries in Canada.

The building officially opened on October 2, 1991 and was designed by Shore Tilbe Henschel Irwin Peters who also designed the Peel Board of Education headquarters and the police building in downtown Toronto.


  • 5 floors arranged by subject with colour coded materials
  • 244-seat Noel Ryan Auditorium
  • 5 meeting rooms available for public use
  • 2 levels of underground paid parking with 450 spaces. Free parking on weekends and after 6 p.m. weekdays. Learn more about paid parking here.
  • Internet access for the public
  • Word processing workstations
  • Study Carrels and Study Rooms
  • 24-hour book drop
  • Security staff on duty
Mississauga Knitting Guild Improve your hobby skills by borrowing helpful resources from the Library, just the way The Mississauga Knitting Guild has done.

Mississauga Knitting Guild Shawl

Related Links:
   Ask a Librarian
   Public Meeting Rooms at the Library