Mission & Philosophy

The Okotoks Public Library has been a fixture of the Okotoks community since 1977! We've come a long way from the tiny little room on main street, first moving to 7 Riverside Drive in 1990 and then expanding in 2005. In August 2021 we moved next door to the Okotoks Arts & Learning Campus to a new expanded space of just over 24,000sq.ft.! We are a member of the Marigold Library System and a part of the resource sharing mechanism of TRAC which is Alberta wide. We are proud to serve the Town of Okotoks and the surrounding County of Foothills.

The Okotoks Public Library Board and Staff acknowledge the traditional territories of the people of the Treaty 7 region in Southern Alberta, which includes Blackfoot Confederacy members Siksika, Piikani, and the Kainai First Nations, the Stoney Nakoda of Bearspaw, Chiniki and Wesley First Nations, the Dene of Tsuut'ina First Nations, and the M├ętis Nation Region 3, and all those that made Treaty 7 lands their home.

Vision Statement: Heart of the Community, Key to the World.

Mission Statement: We provide opportunities that enrich, inspire and empower individuals.

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