The North Brunswick Public Library is an award-winning educational institution that promotes individual and community success for citizens of all ages. NBPL opens doors of learning, understanding, and opportunity and adds value to the community through services and programs that go well beyond its engaging collection of books.
The library, which is part of the Libraries of Middlesex Automation Consortium (LMaXC) serves over 831,000 citizens with 38 locations, broadband, WiFi, and 24/7 website access. However, the North Brunswick Public Library is unique in so many ways. We are supported mainly by our generous Friends of the North Brunswick Public Library. We also have several connections with local businesses to help us run our branch.
NBPL delivers service to our community in many ways:
- Tech-savvy librarians connect citizens to educational, cultural, and career resources, including online courses, data and research, social media, and downloadable materials.
- Classes and activities for children and teens keep students growing and learning year-round.
- Early learning opportunities for parents and children ages birth to 5 build literacy skills and prepare young children for success in school.
- Technology and life-skills classes and resources empower veterans to successfully transition to civilian life.
- High-quality cultural and educational programs inform and connect our citizens.
- North Brunswick Public Library is a community leader and partner, collaborating with public and private organizations to achieve our mission.
- NBPL has a strong partnership with North Brunswick Public Schools, exemplified by our innovative outreach programs to connect children of all income groups to NBPL summer learning programs.
About Middlesex County
Located minutes from Port Elizabeth and half-way between New York and Philadelphia, Middlesex County is home to numerous Fortune 500 companies, three universities and world-class healthcare and research facilities and has long been the place where innovation and productivity have thrived.
Early on, it was the Raritan River, the second longest river in the state, which brought about trade and commerce. Now, nearly every major north/south rail and roadway on the East Coast passes through Middlesex County. The New Jersey Turnpike, the Garden State Parkway, Interstate 287 and U.S. Routes 1 and 9 intersect within its borders, easing commutes and facilitating rapid commerce travel. Middlesex County is serviced by Newark Liberty International Airport, which accommodates travelers from throughout the world.
Once here, it’s easy to recognize that Middlesex County is so much more than its location.
It is a dynamic county of over 831,300 residents and growing, making Middlesex the second most populated county in the state. Thousands of residents from a diverse array of cultures are attracted each year to our 25 unique municipalities, a mix of small towns, urban centers and rural communities. Young – the median age is just 36.9 – our residents are highly educated and skilled.
Located within the heart of New Jersey, Middlesex County has set itself apart as the best place to live and to work in the region. It’s the place that more than 831,300 people call home. It’s one of the few counties in the nation to hold a AAA bond rating from Standard and Poor’s. And it is the birthplace of college football, the incandescent light bulb and duct tape. There’s no wonder why it has been said that Middlesex County is The Greatest County in the Land!