Library service has been available to the Eden Prairie community since 1924, when the first library in Eden Prairie opened in the new Consolidated School. After it closed in 1950, the community was served by the Hennepin County Library bookmobile until 1973 and then a reading center until 1986, when a community library opened. In 2004, the library moved to its current location. It serves residents of west Bloomington as well as Eden Prairie.
Library building project information
Holds pickup and returns during the library renovation
565 Prairie Center Dr.
Closed for renovation
Move-out is complete and demolition work is underway at Eden Prairie Library.
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Hennepin County libraries have resources for people who are just starting to retrace family journeys, or who are looking for the next step in a familiar path.
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Hours for holds pickup at 479 Prairie Center Drive are now 7 a.m.-7 p.m. daily.
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Join us at Eden Prairie Library to learn new things, be inspired and connect with others. Library events are free and open to all.
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