Willowick Library

263 East 305th Street
Eastlake, OH 44095



Roosevelt School housed Willoughby's library service in Willowick for about 30 years, and by 1954, the need for a permanent library branch was enormous. Mayor John Olsen spearheaded the drive, calling for a "Library Year" in 1955. The former Willowick Golf Club became the new home of the Willowick Public Library.

In 1959, a levy to build a new expansive facility was passed and in the summer of 1962, the new Library on East 305 Street was unveiled. Thirty years later in, Willowick again saw fit to support growth in the library their city had made. Enjoying a "barrier-free" building, the staff is anxious to meet the needs of today's patrons.

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