North Bingham County Library

197 West Locust Street
Shelley, ID 83274

208-357-7801

Mission:

Our library's mission is to enhance the lives of our community members by providing access to information and promoting reading and literacy.

History:

The first Shelley City Library was opened to the public in December of 1933 in the balcony of the local drug store. Over the next 60 years the library moved a total of seven times from an old basement, to a cabin, and even a bank. Support for the library relied heavily on both community and private donations of time and money.

The library became a tax-supported district library in 1992. Five years later it was moved into its current location, the old Jolley Building Supply store.

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