Laguna Provincial Library is now open

Photo from Gov. Ramil Hernandez Facebook page

The Laguna Provincial Library officially opened its doors to the public today, November 10, 2020, announced via a social media post by Gov. Ramil Hernandez of the province.

The library is located at P. Guevara St. Barangay Poblacion in Santa Cruz, Laguna, near the Provincial Capitol of Laguna. It was previously located near Pedro Guevara Memorial National High School. 

The library has 12,704 books, 14,362 serials and periodicals, 1,174 non-print materials and around 28,000 electronic files. The library is headed by Justina Garcia with 12 library staff. 

Recently, the library also launched their website at which features their Web Online Public Access Catalog (WebOPAC) where users can search the library collections. The website was launched to provide online services for the public even during the pandemic.

According to head librarian Justina P. Garcia (2020), "Through the website, LPL will be able and continue to provide researchers an easier way to access information in all formats that will support teaching, learning, research and personal growth. Content throughout the library website will be constantly updated with helpful information for the better use of researchers."

The library also offers a virtual reference service, Chat LOISA (Library Online Information Services Assistant), available through their website.

According to Gov. Hernandez, "Hinihikayat ng inyong lingkod na ugaliing magbasa dahil sa pagbabasa ay hindi natatapos ang karunungan kundi marami pang matututunan at matutuklasan."

Facebook post from Gov. Ramil Hernandez page

Garcia, J.P. (2020 September 28). Laguna Provincial Library website launching. Retrieved from

Post a Comment