Category Archives: Services

bank­ing, hos­pi­tals, church­es, emer­gency ser­vices


Brief his­to­ry of the library

The Jasper Munic­i­pal Library occu­pies a build­ing, which was con­struct­ed in 1926 as the Jasper Sub/District Head­quar­ters of the Roy­al Cana­di­an Mount­ed Police. The library locat­ed to this build­ing in 1975 when the RCMP moved to a new larg­er and more mod­ern build­ing. The library has done exten­sive ren­o­va­tion to the inte­ri­or of the build­ing, but has tried to main­tain the charm and quaint­ness of the orig­i­nal build­ing.

Main Entrance
Main Entrance


Library mem­ber­ship costs $15 per per­son. Senior cit­i­zens and chil­dren up to the age of 18 years whose main res­i­dence is Jasper receive free mem­ber­ships.

Loan Peri­ods and Over­dues

The loan peri­od is three weeks, exclud­ing movies and peri­od­i­cals which are loaned one week. Fines accrue at 10 cents per day to a max­i­mum of $5 for print mate­ri­als and $1 per day to a max­i­mum of $10 for movies.

Com­mu­ni­ty Access Pro­gram

The Jasper Munic­i­pal Library is a Com­mu­ni­ty Access Pro­gram (CAP) site. The Com­mu­ni­ty Access Pro­gram is a gov­ern­ment of Cana­da ini­tia­tive, admin­is­tered by Indus­try Cana­da that aims to pro­vide Cana­di­ans with afford­able pub­lic access to the Inter­net and skills they need to use it effec­tive­ly.

Municipal Civic Forum
Munic­i­pal Civic Forum

Library Pro­grams

Children’s Sto­ry time — runs Octo­ber through May.
Sat­ur­day at 1:30 pm

Please check with the library for infor­ma­tion on children’s French sto­ry time and Par­ent Link preschool sto­ry time.

Sum­mer Read­ing Pro­gram — July & August

Shut-in Ser­vice — For those unable to vis­it the library.

Inter­net tuto­ri­als — Avail­able by request. Ask staff for details.

Childrens Section
Chil­drens Sec­tion
Childrens Section
Chil­drens Sec­tion
upstairs section
upstairs sec­tion

Inter­net Access and Equip­ment

We have a total of six com­put­ers for inter­net.
Library mem­bers receive up to thir­ty min­utes free Inter­net access, or one hour of Wire­less access dai­ly (sub­ject to avail­abil­i­ty). Non mem­bers are charged $2.50 for thir­ty min­utes for inter­net access with our com­put­ers or $2.50 for one hour of wire­less use. (price might vary as of writ­ing)

The library also has one ded­i­cat­ed word proces­sor, a B&W laser print­er, col­or laser print­er, a scan­ner, DVD and cd burn­ers.

Oth­er equip­ment avail­able: a pho­to­copi­er, fax machine small lam­i­na­tor and a slide pro­jec­tor.

Internet Access
Inter­net Access
Comfortable reading area
Com­fort­able read­ing area

Online Library Cat­a­logue

The Jasper Library belongs to a con­sor­tium of four region­al library sys­tems with approx­i­mate­ly 1.5 mil­lion titles in a cen­tral data­base. Patrons use this site to place orders for titles and to check and renew titles they have out. Our staff will be hap­py to show you how to use this web­site.

Online Data­bas­es

The Jasper Library has access to thou­sands of mag­a­zine arti­cles and
ref­er­ence data­bas­es. Please ask staff for help in access­ing these.


The Alber­ta Library

Mem­bers of the Jasper Library may use their library card to bor­row books from any of the par­tic­i­pat­ing pub­lic and aca­d­e­m­ic libraries in Alber­ta online or in per­son.

Ask a ques­tion”

The Jasper Library par­tic­i­pates in this online ref­er­ence source, a
col­lab­o­ra­tive ref­er­ence site by Alberta’s Librar­i­ans to pro­vide patrons answers to any ques­tion asked.


Jasper Munic­i­pal Library
Box 1170
Jasper, AB
T0E 1E0
Phone (780) 852‑3652
Fax (780) 852‑5841


In Jasper, we have a local theatre (Chaba) for our movie events, it has two screens. They have prices that is worth the family outing anytime. The Jasper Film Club usually run in the winter times on Thursdays. A locally ran club that brings in independent films.

Do not forget about the High School and their plays. If you are lucky to be in the area at a play/showing, I highly recommend a visit.

School Play
School Play Cast

Art Jasper now located in the Library, they also have some displays there worth a visit.

Jasper Arts
Jasper Arts



ATB Financial Bank Jasper
ATB Finan­cial Bank

Alber­ta Trea­sury Branch

404 Patri­cia St.
Phone: 1 (780) 852‑3297
Fax: 1 (780) 852‑3717

CIBC Bank Jasper

Cana­di­an Impe­r­i­al
Bank of Cana­da

416 Con­naught Dr.
Tele­phone Bank­ing -
1 (800) 465‑2422
Toll Free: 1 (877) 777‑3912
Fax: 1 (780) 852‑3020

TD Canada Trust Bank Jasper
TD Cana­da Trust Bank Jasper

Cana­da Trust TD
Toron­to Domin­ion Bank

606 Patri­cia St.
Tele­phone Bank­ing -
1 (800) 387‑2092
Phone: 1 (780) 852‑6270
Fax: 1 (780) 852‑5186

Servus Credit Union Jasper
Servus Cred­it Union Jasper

Cred­it Union

615 Patri­cia St.

Phone: 1 (780) 852‑1175
Phone: 1 (877) 378‑8728
Fax: 1 (780) 852‑1197


Travelers need to know three

RV series three

Maps. Locations, Attractions...

We found that maps were one of the greatest help and I don't mean online maps nor GPS for that matter. Physical, printed out hard copies, the ones you can buy at some petro stations and books stores. And you can get free ones at the information kiosk. This download link has an old map that is still some what valid, just the dates are old. Jasper National Park Map

Free maps are great from the tourist outlets

A back country map book is very handy specially when in British Columbia (BC) with a RV. It maps out all the recreational sites where you can plan your next sleep and for FREE! Don't everyone like things for free?

The information centre located at Miette Ave and Connaught Drive

Points of interest is good to know before you arrive at your destination, it might just be along the route you take to arrive in Jasper. Take your time and enjoy the natural beauty that surrounds us locals everyday.

One of two public washrooms available in Jasper

My suggestion is to explore this site for all the attractions and points of interest. Use the search tool to navigate this photo rich site, the menus or tags works just as well, if you cannot find what you are looking for, don't hesitate to send us a comment.

One of two public washrooms available in Jasper, this one attached to the Friends of Jasper store

Here is a point of interest, a sani dumps for your RV! One in town, located at the Stan Wright Industrial Park, one along the 93a close to the Athabasca river and Wapiti and Whistlers Campground.

One of two Sani dump in the town boundary, this one located between Alpine Village and Tekarra Lodge

The other sani dump is much closer in town located at the Industrial park just across from the RV parking lot on Hazel Ave.

Thank you for checking out our RV series. Did we miss something for the recreational vehicle travelers? Leave us a comment and we can try and cover it. Cheers and happy RV-ing!

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