The Flagler Beach Library is a City-owned and operated Library.  Its history is rooted in the local Woman's Club, where a small Library was started in the corner of their Clubhouse in the early 1960s.  That small town feeling remains to this day, as our Library still has a card catalog and every book has a pocket card in the back of it.

The Library is adjacent to Wickline Park, which includes picnic areas, basketball & tennis courts and a playground, and is host to the Farmer's Market every Saturday from 9:00am - 1:00pm (weather permitting).  There is also an entrance to the Betty Steflik Memorial Preserve Walkway.

The Flagler Beach Library offers check-out service and use of Public computers to its Members at no charge, has WIFI available both inside and outside of the building during business hours (with no password necessary), and offers copy and scanning services as well.

In addition to the Library collection, there is a large selection of books for sale in all genres, book bags for purchase to take them home in, and a small sale room (where you just might find the perfect thing for 25¢).

Visitors are welcome, but please do not bring food or drinks inside.  No visitors under 13 without a Parent or Guardian.

Please check out our *online catalog to see the latest books available at the library, and feel free to ask if there is something you can't find.

Our New Book List is updated every week.

This Week's New Book List

Our September Display Theme is "Time"

Speaking of time... is it time for a new book bag? 

 Come in to check out our Sale items (with a few special September buys)

WIFI and Copy/Scanning Services

  • WIFI is available within the perimeter of the building during business hours.  No password is needed.
  • Copying and Scanning Services are available.  Bring the information to us and the Librarians will make your copies or scan the information in for you (no self-service available).  Copies are .15 a page for black and white and $1 a page for color.  Scanning: .50 first page or per email address (if more than one) and .25 a page thereafter.  
  • NO FAX services available.

Online Services for Members:

Card holding Members of the Flagler Beach Library may access digital and audio books from the Axis360 App (soon to become BOUNDLESS).

Additionally, numerous resources are available through the Florida Electronic Library

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Everyone is invited to borrow a book from the “Little Free Library” out front. Located on the sidewalk, it is always stocked with Fiction, Non-Fiction, Paperbacks, and Children’s books.

Reading Room

Our Community Reading Room hosts a number of Local Groups throughout the Month, including

Knitting Group: 

  • Every Wednesday @ 10:15 a.m.
  • Bring your project for Knitting and Conversation.   (Not a Lesson format)

 Book Clubs:

  • 1st Wednesday of the Month      1:00 PM
  • 2nd Tuesday of the Month          5:00 PM

 Flagler Beach Writers:

  • 1st and 3rd Tuesday of the Month          5:00 PM

Story Time for Preschoolers: 

  • 1st and 3rd Thursday of the month        11:00 - 11:30 a.m.
  • Join us for stories and songs with Miss Doris

Book Dragons (Kid's Book Club): 

  • 4th Tuesday of the month        5:00 p.m.Book Dragons 4th Tues

Call or inquire at the Library for more information

  * See guidelines for use of the reading room here



For those of you wishing to apply for a Library card, please first visit our Library Rules and Regulations page, and review our policies and procedures, before applying for your card online

Library Cards are FREE to Flagler Beach Residents (WITHIN CITY LIMITS) with Required Residence verification


  • Flagler Beach Postal Address (32136/OUTSIDE CITY LIMITS)                   $20/year                         
  • Flagler County Residents                                                                               $25/year
  • Volusia County Residents                                                                               $30/year
  • Non-Resident Temporary Card (with Proof of 2 month or more stay)            $30/6 months  


You must call 386-517-2030 or email to renew your books.


We have an inventory of:

  • Books
  • Audio books
  • Our new book list  is updated every week.
  • Book Delivery:  If you are home-bound, call the Library to arrange for a delivery (386) 517-2030.


Overdue fines shall be collected as follows:

  • Adult books: .20 per item/per day
  • Juvenile books: .10 per item/per day

An item is considered late if it is turned in after closing.

Books which are returned in a condition which disallows future borrowing will require replacement of the item by one of two ways:

  • By paying the Library the cost of replacing the book.
  • By bringing in a replacement copy, purchased by the Patron, to be in Very Good or New condition.

  Rev. 3/21/2023