About the Jupiter Branch
The Jupiter Branch is located in the Town of Jupiter. The branch provides traditional print resources such as books and magazines, as well as online resources and audiovisual materials. Research and readers' advisory services are available. The branch offers a wide range of free activities for members, including computer classes for adults and exciting activities for children of all ages throughout the year.
Our team is happy to provide a wide variety of services and activities for all ages. We offer regularly scheduled computer classes, as well as one-on-one appointments to support members of all skill levels. Librarians specialize in services for adults, children and teens, offering dozens of programs each month. The staff are voracious readers and love providing suggestions on what to read, watch or listen to next. The team at the Jupiter Branch is determined to consistently provide the best customer experience possible. The Library is a welcoming place for tweens and teens after school, providing a safe space to gather with friends and participate in a wide variety of programs. Visit us and see what’s happening today!
Jupiter is the northernmost town in Palm Beach County, Florida. The Jupiter Library serves a popular of over 60,000 people from East to the Atlantic Ocean, west past the Turnpike, north to Loxahatchee River, and south to Donald Ross Road. Serves two high schools, one middle school, five elementary schools and two private schools.
History of the Branch
- Opened: October 1983, leased 1,950 square feet. in former Jupiter Town Hall.
- Opened new library: March 1992, 10,000 square feet. County-owned building.
- Opened expanded library: September 2003, 22,000 square feet. County-owned building.