Freehold Public Library
28 1/2 East Main ST.
Freehold NJ 07728
The Freehold Public Library is an asset of Freehold Borough and serves as the free public library for the municipality’s residents.
The library has been in continuous operation since 1904. Built using funds provided by industrialist Andrew Carnegie, the structure is of the neoclassical style popular for public/government buildings of the day.
As of 2021, the library is embarking on a renovation project that will increase accessibility and public space, while maintaining the building’s “Classic Carnegie Library” look and feel.
The public is encouraged to enjoy the collections, facilities, digital resources, reference services, programs, computers/printing/Wi-Fi, and other amenities provided.
Visit the library at 28½ East Main Street (parking to rear in Market Yard lot) or www.freeholdpubliclibrary.org.
For more information, email email@example.com or telephone 732-462-5135.