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Granite Logistics Resource Center

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Sartell Community Library

Come out and enjoy our community library at the Sartell Community Center. Named the Granite Logistics Resource Center, it offers wonderful spaces for all ages and a great pick up and drop off location for Great River Regional Library materials. Meet a friend to chat, use the free Wi-Fi, read a book by the fireplace, or bring your kids to the beautiful children’s library space. The Resource Center contains thousands of books for community members to borrow with no check-out system. Just return them when you are done reading and/or donate your own gently used, quality books for others to enjoy.

We thank Granite Logistics, the LeSauk Lions, Sartell Senior Connection, and Sartell Girl Scout Troop #123 for bringing this wonderful resource to the Sartell community!


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Great River Regional Library Lockers

Great River Regional Library Sartell Locker System at Sartell Community Center | City of Sartell, MN

The City of Sartell is proud to the be the community chosen for a 3 year pilot project with Great River Regional Library (GRRL) for the GRRL2GO locker system at the Sartell Community Center.

On-site GRRL equipment includes the 44-locker system, a payment kiosk for fines and renewals and a book drop.

Requested items are delivered to the lockers each Tuesday, and it has already proven so popular that Fridays were added as a second delivery day each week. Books returned to the drop box are collected Tuesday-Friday.

The system, provided by Bibliotheca + 3M, is the first in the state of Minnesota. The equipment has real-time communication with the GRRL library management system. It also comes with a user-friendly touch screen interface for patrons to use when accessing the system.

The library locker system will be open during the community center’s hours of operation to enhance access to GRRL materials in a convenient location.

Anyone with questions about GRRL programs or events is encouraged to visit griver.org or call 320-650-2500.