Middlesex County Library

Find Middlesex County New Jersey libraries, such as state, town, city, public, private, college and university library branches. Libraries provide information on applications, borrowing books, ebooks, library programs, online databases and research.


Cranbury Public Library 23 North Main Street Cranbury NJ 08512 609-655-0555


East Brunswick Public Library 2 Jean Walling Civic Center East Brunswick NJ 08816 732-390-6950

Jamesburg Public Library 229 Gatzmer Avenue Jamesburg NJ 08831 732-521-0440

Kilmer Area Library 75 Avenue East Piscataway NJ 08854 848-445-3613

Library of Science and Medicine 165 Bevier Road Piscataway NJ 08854 732-445-3854

Mabel Smith Douglass Library 8 Chapel Dr New Brunswick NJ 08901 848-932-9411

Medical Library, Saint Peter's University Hospital 254 Easton Avenue New Brunswick NJ 08901 732-745-8545

Metuchen Borough Library 480 Middlesex Avenue Metuchen NJ 08840 732-632-8526

Middlesex Public Library 1300 Mountain Avenue Middlesex NJ 08846 732-356-6602

Piscataway Public Library (Westergard Branch) 20 Murray Avenue Piscataway NJ 08854 732-752-1166

South Plainfield Library 2484 Plainfield Avenue South Plainfield NJ 07080 908-754-7885

Spotswood Borough - Library 548 Main Street Spotswood NJ 08884 732-750-2965

Spotswood Library 548 Main Street Spotswood NJ 08884 732-251-1515

Stark Information Specialist 4 Vetter Court North Brunswick NJ 08902 732-422-1969

Township of North Brunswick: Public Library 880 Hermann Road North Brunswick NJ 08902 732-246-3545

Woodbridge Public Library 1 George Frederick Plaza Woodbridge NJ 07095 732-634-4450

How are Public Libraries funded?

The vast majority of funding that supports the operation of Public Libraries comes from county and local governments. At times, grant funding may be available for specific programs, projects, or capital improvements. Fees for special programs and services account for a relatively small percentage of revenue for Public Libraries.

What are the Friends of the Library?

Friends of the Library are organizations formed to support their local Public Libraries. They typically establish themselves as independent, non-profit organizations that conduct fundraising to supplement Library resources and organize Library related events.

What is the Dewey Decimal system?

The Dewey Decimal system is a classification system used in many libraries to organize their books. The classification number allows for books to easily be located or returned to their assigned place in the library. The system is constantly revised to keep up with changes in the libraries.