Radium Public Library

The Radium Public Library is located at 4863 Stanley Street (in the Radium Hot Springs Centre)
General Inquiries – Radium Public Library

Library Director: Jacqueline Wagner
Phone: 250-347-2434
Fax: 250-347-2334
Email: info@radium.bclibrary.ca

The Public Library offers the following services:

The Radium Hot Springs Public Library is a community hub, connecting patrons with literature, programs, events and the world beyond! The library is located at 4863 Stanley Street (in the Radium Hot Springs Centre)

  • BC OneCard for all B.C. Library members
  • Interlibrary Loans
  • Internet Service
  • Computer access
  • Printing and photocopying (small fee applies)
  • Children’s area and reading section
  • Children’s programs: Annual Teddy Bears Picnic, craft/story time, Summer Reading Program
  • Radium Book Club open to all book lovers
  • Book sales
  • Family resources section
  • Law library
  • Timely new releases available
  • Tech Hub
  • Movie night

Radium Hot Springs Public Library Endowment Fund

The Radium Hot Springs Public Library has established an endowment fund with the Columbia Valley Community Foundation (https://valleyfoundation.ca) to sustain its long-term development. As the fund grows through donations and bequests from permanent and part-time residents and patrons, the annual interest payments from the fund will enable the library to expand the services and programs it offers to its Valley-wide patrons. All donations over $20 will receive a taxable receipt. For more information and to donate, visit http://valleyfoundation.ca/donate-now/.


The Radium Hot Springs Library was first established on February 15, 1994 and was located in the former Radium Elementary School. The Library consisted of just one wall of books donated by local residents. The library quickly outgrew its space and relocated to the Radium Seniors’ Hall in 1995, where it was housed in a small corner room upstairs and a small room in the basement, and operated for limited hours by a few volunteers. In 2006, it became British Columbia’s newest Public Library. Two years later, the Library moved to a bigger space in the Radium Plaza, where it spent 10 years serving the community. In 2018, the Library was moved into its beautiful, spacious and high-tech home in the new Radium Hot Springs Centre