Created through individual donations and fundraising, the Mt Laurel Library is a reflection of the priority our residents place on education, literature, arts, and culture.

As with all architecture in Mt Laurel, the library is an inviting space. With bookshelves arranged along its walls, the library offers a living room-like atmosphere that promotes sinking into a chair for an afternoon read.

The 1,664 square-foot building has three large rooms and a children’s alcove. A large mural painted by Rorie Scroggins and seating created by Sandy Bishop further highlight the close involvement Mt Laurel residents have had in the library’s creation. The flexibility of its space makes the Mt Laurel Library an excellent venue for classroom activities and social gatherings.

To browse the library’s large catalog of books and media or to join the book club, visit the Mt Laurel Library online at