The Delta Community Library is located one block off the Richardson Highway at 2291 Deborah Street (Milepost 266.5) across from City Hall and next to the Community Center. The building was constructed in 2004 with Impact Funds from Ground Based Missile Defense at Fort Greely. A Community Library has been an important part of Delta Junction since 1960.
Monday – Friday
10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Closed: Sundays, State and Federal holidays, and when temperatures are -40 below zero (October – March)
Due to current COVID-19 Mandates and social distancing requirements, the Delta Community Library is offering curbside services 10am-5pm Monday-Friday until further notice
-8 Public Internet Stations
-24 hour/7 days a week Wireless Internet Access
-Copies, scans, computer printing (.25 per page) Fax $2.00 per page to send or receive
-Baby Laptime Tuesdays @ 11:00; Preschool Story Hour Wednesdays @ 10 or 11:15 (call to register)
-Elementary and Youth Summer Reading Programs
-Junction Readers Book Club (third Mondays @ 7:00)
-Knitting Circle (First Mondays @ 7:00)
-Distance Education Test Proctoring
-Newspapers & Magazines; Free Paperback Exchange
-Extensive DVD movie collection
-Government Review Documents’ IRS and PFD Forms
-& LOTS of great books – Bestsellers to classics and more
The Delta Library has outdoor picnic tables, handicapped accessible restrooms, and friendly, professional library service. Visitors are welcome!