General information and membership


Municipal Library

40 rue Saint-Pierre, Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue (Québec) H9X 1Y6
Phone: 514-457-1940     Fax: 514-457-7146

COVID-19 :     


From December 21, 2021 to January 10, 2022

As of Tuesday, December 21 until January 10, 2022, following government announcements on December 20, the library will return to personalized pickup service by appointment that will allow citizens to reserve materials from the library catalogue and pick up their holds safely.

No contact will be made with staff and no entry will be allowed into the library stacks.
Unscheduled visits are not permitted.




**Please note that the opening hours for appointment booking remain unchanged during the restrictive measures, however, watch for the holiday schedule on our website.

The situation will be re-evaluated upon return from the holiday break.






Monday: noon to 8 pm
Tuesday: noon to 8 pm
Wednesday: 10 am to 1:30 pm
Thursday: 10 am to 8 pm
Friday: 3 pm to 8 pm
Saturday: 11 am to 4 pm
Sunday: 11 am to 4 pm

Closed on public holidays (October 11, December 24-25-26, December 31, January 1-2)



Free upon presentation of two (2) valid proofs of residence with picture (lease is not accepted). Parent’s signature required for children ages 13 and under.

Annual fee for non-residents

Adults $60     Seniors $45      Children $20    Family $90

Annual membership card

  • Exclusive to the Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue library
  • You will need to choose a user PIN*
  • Mandatory for all library services
  • Annual renewal at the lending desk with proof of address



Online services *membership card required

Online Library Catalog 
View your book reservations file
To contact us:


Over 21 400 printed documents and CDs, DVDs, language courses and more

Inter-library loan *membership card required

We can borrow materials for you from all public libraries in the province of Quebec, including the Grande Bibliothèque de Montréal. Requests at the lending desk, by phone or email (

 Internet *membership card required

  • Five computers are available for adults and teens 14 years old and older  - Sessions of 2 hours per day
  • One computer is available to children 6 to 13 years old- Sessions of 30 minutes per day
  • Wi-Fi

Photocopying, computer printouts, faxes and scanner

  • Photocopying and computer printouts ($)
  • Fax ($)
  • Scanner ($)

Library on wheels

Home loan service for residents with reduced mobility, upon demand by phone (514-457-1940) or by email. Flexible loan periods. Books, CDs and magazines.

Policy regarding donations and other documents

Donations of books, CDs and DVDs are accepted at the library during business hours. 

We thank our donors and buyers of used materials. This promotes recycling and  extends the life of literary, music and film works.

For reasons of space and easy sorting donations, please follow these criteria.

Books, CDs and DVDs: clean and in good condition
Recent novels and documentaries, traditional or historical value

*Please note that we are no longer accepting donations for an indefinite period

Multivolume encyclopedias, magazines, VHS movies and worn or damaged documents 

The library is a great place for the conservation of documents and small items of local historical value. Your memories, photographs or other will be received with pleasure and stored with care.

If you have question about donation, please visit the library or call at 514-457-1940.

Rules and regulations inside the library

  • Cell phones on silence mode
  • Acts of vandalism and aggression against staff will not be tolerated
  • The library must remain a quiet place
  • Pets are not allowed
  • Wearing clothes and shoes are required at all times