Anoka County Library buildings have reopened to the public with limited hours and capacities. See the updated hours below.
The Johnsville Library opened in March 1985 and was the first library in Anoka County to operate online as a part of the library's automation system in November 1986. During its first 12 months of operation, this branch circulated nearly 100,000 items. In June 1996 the Johnsville Library moved to a new building. After 20 years in its current site it is still one of the busiest branches in the county. The Johnsville Library hosts the community daily offering a Play and Learn space, reading materials, classes and events, a community meeting room, Wi-Fi, wireless printing, and public computers. The Johnsville Library is located near Highway 65 and Main Street NE in Blaine.
- Popular reading and information for all ages
- Storytimes offered regularly
- Meeting room available
- Free Internet access, Wi-Fi, and office applications
The meeting room at the Johnsville Library can hold 40 people and includes wireless Internet access.
Exhibit spaces are available at the Johnsville Library for individuals and groups that want to exhibit items or collections in the library. Examples from past displays include: groups promoting social services, local events, local history, and collections from civic groups and individual hobbyists.