Welcome to the library web site. The staff and trustees will be updating this site regularly to keep you informed of what the library can ofsitfer you.

Pennsville Public Library (before solar panels)

Sunbeam file photo

Here, you can learn a bit more about the library, find a list of upcoming events, discover how to renew a book from your home, and much more. Feel free to take a look around.


The library  building is open to patrons

Curbside services will continue during our new hours as well. Call (856) 678-5473 or email pennsvillelibrary@gmail.com for appointments or to request book renewals. Please do not bring renewals into the library.

Wearing a mask is required in the building and login is required for contact tracing.

Limited access to computers – 1 hour per day

New Hours will be.
Monday. 10 – 3
Thursday. 2 – 7
Saturday. 10 – 2

Please continue to return all books to our book drop and videos and audiobooks to the designated box in the building, or in person if using curbside services.

Be safe. See you soon!

The library wile remain open by appointment only for curbside pickup of materials. Once appointments are scheduled you will call the library when you arrive in the parking lot, we will check out your materials, and deliver them to the parking lot.

Hours  Monday 10 – 3 pm; Thursdays 2 – 7 pm; Saturdays 10 am – 2 pm

Please return all books to our book drop any time at your convenience.  Request renewals at circulation desk or by phone (856) 678-5473 or email pennsvillelibrary@gmail.com PLEASE DO NOT BRING BOOKS INTO THE LIBRARY FOR RENEWAL   

REMINDER    DVDs may be crushed by the book drop mechanism and we charge a $1 fee if DVDs are returned to the book drop. Please return DVDs when you pick up books.

There will be no fines for materials due March 16 through Oct. 1.  Materials are placed in quarantine for 5 days prior to check in so titles will be listed on checkout slips and online, possibly as overdue. All fines that may accrue during quarantine are removed when the materials are checked in.

Call the library to request materials you wish to renew and schedule curbside appointments at (856) 678-5473 OR email pennsvillelibrary@gmail.com

We look forward to seeing you curbside!  Stay well.



PASSWORD   not-open

If you need a free library card I can now renew yours or set one up for you through August 31. Send an email to pennsvillelibrary@gmail.com. Put library card in the subject line and give me your name. You can pay for membership when we open the library building to the public.

You may find free e-resources for distance learning, reading and fun on our Facebook page

Pennsville Public Library

Updates that might be helpful for your family or community members
Governor Murphy’s Op-Ed on how data is driving NJ’s efforts to fight the virus.  Click on link to view the article. 
Excellent Article explaining COVID-19 testing  Click on Link

Gov. Phil Murphy joined with the governors of six other Northeast states to announce the formation of a regional “working group” to coordinate cooperative mitigation efforts across their states, as well as to help guide each state’s re-opening once the COVID-19 emergency eases.

  • The others were Govs. Andrew Cuomo of New York, Ned Lamont of Connecticut, Tom Wolf of Pennsylvania, John Carney of Delaware, Gina Raimondo of Rhode Island and Charlie Baker of Massachusetts.
  • The working group will consist of a public health expert and an economic development expert from each state, as well as each governor’s chief of staff.
Executive Orders:

Gov. Murphy signed an executive order to protect customers of phone and internet services.

  • The order prohibits internet and phone services from being shut off until 30 days until the current public health emergency has ended.
  • Prohibits all service downgrades, service reductions or late fees due to non-payment unless they are imposed in accordance with a policy approved by the Board of Public Utilities.
  • Requires reconnections of any internet or phone service that was disconnected due to non-payment after March 16.


S-2374 that would revise the Family Leave Law to include leave for employees who need to care for a sick family member due to an epidemic of a communicable disease, or to prevent the spread of the disease. During the COVID-19 outbreak, workers would be allowed to take up to 12 weeks of family leave during a 24-month period without losing their jobs.

SR-64: urges financial institutions to waive bank fees and suspend credit card penalties, late fees, and interest payments for the duration of the coronavirus disease 2019 pandemic.

Mary Moyer Stubbs

New Jersey Association of School Librarians

NJASL Legislative Consultant


PO Box 1460

Springfield, NJ 07081

Phone: 856-952-2381

New Support Group – Fibromyalgia & Chronic Pain Support Group will be meeting the first Thursday of each month from 5:00 – 7:00 pm in the Community Meeting Room. No fee to attend. CANCELLED Will resume after NJ State of Emergency

Overeaters Anonymous meets Monday evenings from 5:00 – 6:00 pm. Free to attend. CANCELLED Will resume after NJ State of Emergency.

We are now offering discount tickets to the Crayola Experience in Easton, PA. Regular admission $21.99 per ticket, discount price $15.25 per ticket. Click this link to purchase tickets in our online affiliate store! pennsvillelibrary.org/…/Affiliate-Crayola-Experience-Online-Store


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