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Hello Milner

The grand opening of the revitalized Stanley A. Milner Library will take place in 2020.

Unique Lease Opportunities
Imagine the perfect office space in in the revitalized Stanley A. Milner Library.

Unique Lease Opportunities for Non-ProfitsUnique Lease Opportunities for Non-Profits

The revitalized Stanley A. Milner Library has office space for lease starting in March 2020. We're looking for not-for-profit organizations that align with and support the Edmonton Public Library’s role in the community to lease the space.


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The Revitalized Milner

General Features

The Milner Library Live Cam

About Milner Library

Opened in 1967 and renamed in 1996 in honour of library champion Stanley A. Milner for his lifetime of commitment to EPL—this branch is the heart of EPL and downtown. The Milner Library receives over 1.2 million visits each year.

In the fall of 2014, City Council approved funding for the revitalization and renewal of the Stanley A. Milner Library. The total budget as of December 2017 was $84.5 million with the expectation that $10 million would come through community support and fundraising. As of the end of 2018, EPL has raised roughly 85 percent of its fundraising goal for the Stanley A. Milner Library revitalization capital project.

The Stanley A. Milner Library closed for renovations on December 31, 2016 and renewal work began in January 2017. The revitalized Milner Library will help build a thriving, vibrant downtown, and serve as a key component in Edmonton's economic prosperity.

Milner Through the Years

You can help build a revitalized downtown libraryYou can help build a revitalized downtown library

Your gift today will transform the Milner Library into a space that better meets the growing needs of Edmontonians.

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