The Troy Library opened in the summer of 1977 and was originally located in an office building on Main Street near the fire station. A lot was donated by Key Bank of Idaho and a new library building was constructed with generous donations from Chet and Violet Whittaker and fund-raising efforts by the Friends of the Troy Library. Named the Bohman Building in honor of Violet’s pioneer family, the new library was dedicated in September 1994.
Meeting Room Reservation
The Troy meeting room is available for reservation and public use. Please read the library policy on Public Use of Library Space before submitting a reservation request. Drop-in use is also allowed on a limited basis.
To request a room reservation, complete and sign the room reservation form. Your reservation is not confirmed until you have received a confirmation email (or phone call if no email address is provided). You must come to the library during business hours to check out the key.
To see current reservations view the meeting room calendar(please be aware that other pending reservation requests may not display on the calendar yet).
Questions? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Friends of the Troy Library
The Friends of the Troy Library provide support through fundraising and volunteer efforts. Contact the Troy Library Branch Manager for more information.
Troy Community Resources
Discover the people and organizations working to keep your local community a great place to live.
Storytime with caregiver present begins at 10:30 am on Thursdays (September through April) currently on hiatus.
New on the Shelves in Troy
New Adult Books
New Youth Books
Upcoming Events in Troy