Eatontown Borough | 47 Broad Street Eatontown, NJ 07724 | (732) 389-7600

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33 Broad Street 

Eatontown, NJ 07724

Phone: 732-389-BOOK (2665)




New Library Protocol

Reasonable safety practices and procedures have been implemented to ensure a safe environment for employees and the public.  The library will be open for visitors and encourages patrons to grab-and-go.

 Operating hours:

Monday & Friday 10:00a-5:00p

Wednesday 10:00a-7:00p

Tuesday & Thursday 10:00a-2:00p

Saturday 10:00a-1:00p

We will require everyone to follow the appropriate safeguards:

  1. Masks are required for all who enter the building 3 yrs and older if not vaccinated. 
  2. Use appropriate sanitizing products supplied in the lobby upon entering.
  3. Please maintain 6 feet of social distance while in the library.
  4. Children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult.
  5. There will be no use of children’s toys, games, or puzzles.
  6. Computers will be available for usage with time renewal available.  Reservations required if both computers are occupied.
  7. The water fountains will be closed.
  8. The meeting room will remain closed.

    We look forward to serving you again!!!!!!               





Directions: We are located just off of route 35 North. If you are coming from Route 35 South, right turn on to Broad Street. The Library will be on the left. If you are coming from Route 35 North, take the jug handle right turn onto Lewis Street and follow the jug handle around to crossover Route 35. The Library will be on the left.

  • Library Hours: (See above for current hours)
  • M & F 10am – 5pm
  • W 10am – 7pm
  • T & Th 10am – 2pm
  • Saturday 10am-1pm

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New titles now available!

Adult Titles:

New Fiction                                                                 ●  New Non-Fiction

  • The President’s Daughter by B.Clinton   ●  Bomber Mafia by GLadwell
  • Notorious by Diana Palmer        ●  Unwanted by Michael Dobbs 
  • Dream Girl by Laura Lippman    ●  Swimming to Freedom by Kent Wong
  • Widespread Panic by J. Ellroy  ●  Every Day is a Gift by Tammy Duckworth
  • Bullet by Iris Johansen      ●  How Stella Learned to Talk by Christina Hunger 
  • 9 Lives by Danielle Steel          ●  Overnight Code by Paige Bowers  
  • Santas Sweetheart by Janet Dailey       
  • The Plot by Jean Hanff Korelitz
  • The Siren by Katherine St. John
  • Dial A for Aunties by Jesse Q. Sutanto
  • Dog Eat Dog by David Rosenfelt
  • 9 Lives by Danielle Steel
  • Tom Clancy’s Target Acquired by Don Bentley
  • Someone to Cherish by Balogh
  • Tender is the Bite by S Quinn


Juvenile Titles:

  • Ciao Sandro by Steven Varni             ● Planting Peace by Gwendolyn Hooks
  • Japan Pop-up book by Sam Ita         ● 30,000 Stitches by Amanda Davis
  • The New Kid Has Fleas by A.Dyckman  ●  Disney/Pixar Luca
  • First Friend by Kersten Hamilton  ●  Pizza w/Everything on It by Kyle Scheele
  • Dog Man, Mothering Heights by Pilkey  ● This Very Tree by Sean Rubin
  • Big Beach Clean Up by C. Offsay       ● Tiny Bird by Robert Burleigh
  • The Little Library by M. McNamara   ● We Want a Dog by Lo Cole
  • Bolivar by Sean Rubin  ● Wilbur Wright Meets Lady Liberty by Robert Burleigh
  • Lady of the Library by A. Karcher ● The Bench by Megan, Duchess of Sussex 



                    Nobody 6/22/21,  The Spongebob Movie 6/22/21,   Here Today 8/3/21,   Finding You 8/10/21,       Queen Bees 8/10/21The Hitman’s Wife’s Bodyguard 8/17/21The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It 8/24/21

Log into our catalog with your Eatontown Library card to place holds and search the catalog.


Check out our new Free Little Library box in front of the building near the bench!  Help yourself to a book.  Take one or leave one. 

Enjoy reading!!


Eatontown residents are eligible for FREE library cards! Just stop by with your proof of residency and pick up your library card. Non-Eatontown residents are eligible for membership for a yearly fee of $30.00. All library card holders are also eligible to participate in all library programming.


Please remember to drop off your old ink cartridges in the box in the Library lobby.


Loan Period

Books, Audio Books, CDs, Circulating Magazines – 2 weeks, DVDs (Entertainment) – 2 days, DVDs (Instructional or multi disc/series) – 1 week

Note: No library items are due on Sunday or Holiday Closing Days.

Putting a book on hold from your home computer:

Go to www., and search book title.(Books that are checked out will indicate that in their Location.)

If the book you want is checked out:

1. Click on “Place Hold” which appears below the picture of the book cover.

2. Enter your library card number in the box. Do Not Attempt to Enter a PIN.

3. Click on the blue “Place Hold” button.

If you need further assistance, please call the library at 732-389-2665.

Renewing your materials from your home computer:

In order to renew materials you have checked out from your home computer, you will need your library card.

  1. Go to our online catalog or
  2. On the right hand side of the Search screen, under “My Account”, click on “Renew My Materials”.
  3. Enter your library card.
  4. Select the items that you want to renew by clicking on the boxes by each title or by clicking on the “Renew All” button.
  5. Click on the blue “Renew Selected Items” button.

*Books, DVDs, Audio Books and CDs may be renewed up to three times as long as they are not on hold for someone else.

Note: A limit of 4 DVDs per family or individual may be charged out at one time.



Adult Collection – Books, Audio Books, CDs, Circulating Magazines  – 10¢ per day; $7.00 maximum per day.

Juvenile Collection – Books, Audio Books, CDs, Circulating Magazines – 10¢ per day; $5.00 maximum per item

Interlibrary Loans – 50¢ per day; $10.00 maximum per item.

DVDs – $1.00 per day; $10.00 maximum per item.

Note: If item is lost or damaged borrower will be charged the replacement cost of the item.


Special Note:

Please do not leave books in the lobby without first speaking to Library staff.  Please do not leave books outside the door when the library is closed or in the book drop in front of the building.   If you wish to donate books please contact the library and speak to a staff member (732-389-2665), we will be happy and try to accommodate your request for a donation. We do not accept text books, encyclopedias, books that are written in, stained, moldy or in poor condition or VHS tapes or cassettes.