The Burlington Public Library is located in Burlington, Wisconsin
serving a community of 10,000 and an additional 9,000 patrons from
the surrounding area.
The Library is a member of the Lakeshores Library System, serving
Racine and Walworth counties.
The library shares an automation system with the Lakeshores Library
System and the Kenosha Library System, allowing patrons to search for materials at all locations.
The library owns 62,000 volumes and subscribes to 147 periodicals.
It has an audio collection of 1700 books on
CD and MP3 players, 1300 music CDs, as well as a collection of over
5700 videos and
The library also
hosts a large collection of about 2500 large print books.
Annual circulation for the library is about 200,000.
Eighteen Internet stations are available for public use, as well as word
processing computers and general computer databases.
The State of Wisconsin provides Badgerlink, which offers full
text periodical access.
In 1908 the Burlington Library Association formed the first
Burlington library, which became the city library in 1913.
Burlington Public Library
166 E. Jefferson Street
Burlington, Wisconsin 53105
Library Director: Gayle Falk
Monday - Thursday
9:00 am - 9:00 pm
Friday & Saturday
9:00 am – 5:30 pm