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Richard C. Sullivan Public Library of Wilton Manors

"An Independent Municipal Library Since 1957" 

500 Northeast 26th Street
Wilton Manors, Florida 33305

Phone: (954) 390-2195
Fax: (954) 390-2183

Library Hours:

Monday: 9:30 AM - 5:30 PM
Tuesday: 9:30 AM - 5:30 PM
Wednesday: 12:00 Noon - 8:00 PM
Thursday: 9:30 AM - 5:30 PM
Friday: 9:30 AM - 5:30 PM
Saturday: 9:30 AM - 1:00 PM

The Library is closed on Sundays and holidays. The Library is also closed on the Saturday before Memorial Day, on the Saturday before Labor Day, and as directed by the City of Wilton Manors.

In commemoration of Presidents' Day, the Library will be closed on Monday, February 15th.

Please check the City's Event Calendar at for information about specific Library events and programs. 

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About Your Library
The Richard C. Sullivan Public Library of Wilton Manors is a full-service library offering a collection of over 40,000 items including books, basic reference works, magazines, and local and national newspapers. The Library also provides large print books, books in Spanish, music CDs, DVDs, e-books and e-magazines, and audio books. The Library's staff of information specialists are always ready to assist you. Internet access is also available free of charge to residents.

The children’s room offers reference materials, computers, and staff ready to assist students with their homework and research assignments. Ongoing activities include story times, craft sessions, and other programs for kids. Summers also are filled with activities and events. Many programs and services are subsidized by the Friends of the Wilton Manors Library.

For your convenience, a copy machine and a fax machine are available for a small fee. A free book delivery service is provided weekly to residents who are unable to come to the Library. Voter registration forms are also available. Broward County residents may obtain a library card free of charge with proof of residency.

To use the Library's catalog, follow the "Search the Catalog" link on the left side of this page or click here to go to the Wilton Manors Library's catalog. If we don't have what you're looking for, you may want to search the Broward County Library's catalog or the catalog of the Oakland Park Library.

Still can't find what you need? It may be available from another library. Ask us about interlibrary loan.

If you are interested in donating materials to the Library, please consult our donation policy.

Part-time Cataloger Position Available

The Library is looking for friendly, customer-oriented staff. We are a busy, fully automated library serving almost 3000 users a month. Currently we are seeking a part-time cataloger, Librarian I

To apply, you may:

  • Download the application.
  • Fax your application and résumé to (954) 390-2118.
  • Drop off or mail your application and résumé to: Dio Sanchez, Human Resources Director, City of Wilton Manors, located at 2020 Wilton Drive, Wilton Manors, Fla. 33305.

For more information about applying, please call the Human Resources Department at (954) 390-2126. Office hours are 7 AM to 6 PM, Monday through Thursday.

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Learn over 60 languages with Mango's fun and engaging language-learning software
Interested in learning Spanish, German, Punjabi, Tagalog, or any of 60 other languages? Give Mango Languages a go and start up a conversation today.

Click here to see a one minute video showing what Mango has to offer.

Want to learn more? Go to the Library's Mango page by clicking here or on the Mango Languages tab on the left side of the page.

A word regarding fees and fines
Library customers borrow over 50,000 items per year from the Richard C. Sullivan Public Library. In striving to assure that the greatest variety of materials are available for Library users, we have found that fines are an effective encouragement for prompt return of materials. We also apply certain fees that encourage appropriate use of our materials so that once returned, the items may be borrowed by others without delay.

We understand that due to a wide variety of circumstances such as illness or other unanticipated demands in our personal lives, materials are sometimes returned late. However, we do not attempt to judge any individual's circumstances as more excusable than another's. The impact of late returns is the same in all cases regardless of the cause. We do not provide exceptions based on cause.

As custodians of both the collection and the public's trust, the Library is committed to fair and consistent application of our policies. Holding all users equally accountable for the use of the Library and any fees or fines incurred is part of meeting that public obligation.

The Library works to encourage our borrowers to avoid accruing fines and fees. We provide notices to help educate and inform borrowers regarding the use of their account.


How can I avoid fines?

We provide many opportunities for you to avoid the accrual of fines on your library account. However, please remember that materials borrowed from the Richard C. Sullivan Public Library may only be returned here. Please note that materials returned to the after-hours drop will be considered returned on the next date on which the Library is open.

The Library provides 3 ways for you to renew your eligible material:


Digital Magazines @ your library
Zinio for Libraries, the world's largest newsstand, is available from the Library. Zinio gives you unlimited access to complete digital magazines, easily viewed on most Internet-enabled devices.
Click here for more information on how to access this service with more over 100 titles to choose from.

Ancestry Library Edition
The world’s largest online family history resource can give you instant access to hundreds of years of history in billions of historical documents and millions of historical photos from all over the world.

Ancestry Library Edition also provides access to local narratives, oral histories, indexes, and other resources in over 30,000 databases that span from the 1500s to the 2000s.

For more information, contact the Library at (954) 390-2195 or visit us at 500 NE 26th Street.

Download eBooks Anytime, Anywhere

Enjoy popular eBook titles from the comfort of home.

Find out more about our Virtual Branch

Florida Electronic Library
The Florida Electronic Library (FEL) is a gateway to: electronic magazines, newspapers, almanacs, encyclopedias, and books and to the Ask a Librarian reference service. 

All Florida residents can use the FEL through funds provided by a Library Services and Technology Act grant.

For more information and to access the FEL, click here.

The Right Service at the Right Time
If you have a need RIGHT now, the Library can help you find the RIGHT SERVICE.

he Right Service at the Right Time is for residents looking for assistance. Visit to discover resources available for you.

* Daily Needs
* Family
* Health Care
* Immigration
* Transportation
* Jobs
* Housing

Check out our online resources
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Find information on topics related to business, education, health, politics and more from a variety of news media including newspapers, newswires, blogs, videos and web-only content. Sources include the Sun-Sentinel.

Click here for a list of all online resources available from the library

Ph: (954) 390-2195
Rick Sterling
Library Director