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Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh, Hill District Branch
To Engage our Community in Literacy and Learning
Established as a public trust in 1895, Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh serves the citizens of Pittsburgh and Allegheny County with a distinguished history of leadership among the country’s great public libraries. Through its 19 neighborhood locations, including the Main Library and the Library for the Blind and Physically Handicapped, Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh is the region’s most visited asset, with 2.6 million visitors in 2008. Each year the Library provides valuable resources, programs, classes and training opportunities that engage the community in literacy, and life-long learning.
Hours of Operation
- Monday and Tuesday: 11 AM to 7 PM
- Wednesday, Thursday, and Saturday: 10 AM to 5 PM
- Closed Friday and Sunday
2177 Centre Avenue at Kirkpatrick Street,
Pittsburgh, PA 15219
Good to know…
- There is no age requirement for children. Any child ages 17 and younger may be registered for a card by parent or guardian. The parent or legal guardian must fill out the application and present current photo identification with proof of address. With proper identification, a card will be issued and valid the same day. Children’s cards have a two-year expiration date.
- Items borrowed from the library may be renewed in person, by telephone or online. You will need your library card barcode number and the barcode numbers for all items you wish to renew.
If your items are overdue, please call 412.622.3130 to renew. Items that are less than seven days overdue may be renewed by telephone. If there are any late fees, they will be added to your record.