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The Edison Public Library Bookmobile, Now even safer than before!

Backup4Safety.com has kindly installed a rearview backup camera on the Edison Public Library’s popular Bookmobile at no cost. The library is always conscious of the needs and well being of our children and that commitment to our children is clearly shared by Backup4Safety.
The new rearview backup camera allows the Bookmobile staff to more effectively see if anyone is behind the vehicle reducing the potential for any accidents that may occur.
The library would like to publicly thank them for this kind and generous gesture in support of the library. Thank you Backup4Safety for making the Bookmobile even safer for the children of Edison and helping us to fulfill our mission with even greater confidence.

You can find out more about the local family owned business Backup4Safety.com by following this link: {http://backup4safety.com/page18.html}

Visit a Museum! It's on us!

Museum passes, gifts from the Friends of the Edison Public Library, are now available to our patrons. We currently have passes for Grounds for Sculpture in Hamilton, NJ and the Guggenheim Museum in New York City which are kept at our Main Library's circulation desk.

You can find details about borrowing the passes on our Lending Policies page under Museum Passes.

New Energy Efficient Lighting!

Check out the new lights at the Main Library and North Edison Branch. The lights were provided as a grant available from PSE&G

Stop in to North Edison on December 18 anytime, receive a tour of the new lights and enjoy refreshments.


Headphones and Flash Drives at the library!

It happens quite often. You’re in the library using the public computers when you want to listen to that video or need to save that paper you have been working on all day but you don’t have headphones or flash drive to save your document on. To help you avoid this calamity the library has headphones and flash drives available for purchase at the Reference Desk in the Adult areas of all three library buildings. These are available to library patrons for a reasonable cost.