The main branch of the Woodbridge Library has come a long way since 1877, when the Barron Library — now the…More Barron Arts Center — was constructed to serve the voracious reading appetite of Woodbridge residents. The Main Library, built in 1974, is a unique modern structure with a long, two-way ramp ending at the library door. The lower level houses a children's section and a variety of meeting rooms for township groups. The main level of the library has wireless Internet access throughout, an extensive periodical and reference section, and a large book collection.
The Main Library is the centerpiece of the township's network of four municipal libraries — Fords, Inman and Iselin — plus the independent Sewaren Library. The library boasts a friends group that holds an annual sale in April to help with library funding. The library director is Christine Murchio.
Woodbridge Public Library - Inman Branch 607 Inman Ave, Colonia, NJ07067 This cozy library is situated in the town of Colonia. The library offers free library cards and internet access for area…More residents, and networks with the main library in Woodbridge for book borrowing and other services.
Woodbridge Free Public Library - Iselin Branch 1081 Green St, Iselin, NJ08830 The Iselin branch of the Woodbridge Library is a cozy place for area residents to find books, read magazines and use the…More internet. Library cards are free for those who reside in Woodbridge township; the cards can be used at any of the libraries in the system, including the main library in Woodbridge.