Declaration for the Establishment of a Public Library Association is signed and accepted by the Inspector of Public Libraries Office, creating the first public library in the town of Rockland.
After 3 years of not operating due to war conditions, the Library reopens in the basement of Très Sainte-Trinité Catholic Church.
In the Annual Report submitted to the Office of the Inspector of Public Libraries, the Rockland Public Library states that it has 226 members, 14,303 loans, 317 new books and 3,893 total books in its collection.
The Rockland Public Library pays $6.00 in annual association dues to the Canadian Library Association.
The Town of Rockland passes By-Law # 861 – to establish a Public Municipal Library within the Town of Rockland and appoints a Library Board, as per the Public Libraries’ Act.
In the Annual Report submitted to the Office of the Inspector of Public Libraries, the Rockland Public Library states that it has 309 members, 1,373 loans and 4,688 total books in its collection.
The Rockland Public Library moves into the old post office at 2085 Laurier Street. The annual rent is set at $2,100.
The Town of Rockland celebrates its 75th anniversary.
The Bourget Public Library opens.
The Town of Rockland and Clarence Township, which include the communities of Bourget, Cheney, Clarence, Clarence Creek, Hammond, Rockland, and Saint-Pascal-Baylon amalgamate to form the City of Clarence-Rockland.
The Rockland branch of the Clarence-Rockland Public Library, having long ago outgrown the old postal office, moves to space behind City Hall, located at 1560 Laurier Street.
The Clarence-Rockland Public Library’s Rockland branch moves into the new Recreational and Cultural Complex located at 1525 du Parc Avenue.
The Clarence-Rockland Public Library celebrates the 75th anniversary of the first public library in the City.
In the Annual Survey submitted to the Ministry of Heritage, Sport, Tourism and Culture, the CRPL states that it has 9,328 members, 93,419 loans, 47,202 items in its collection and had 8,964 people attend programs that year.
The CRPL adjusts its service model to accommodate restrictions put in place by the COVID-19 pandemic, through virtual programming and curbside pickup of loans.