Closed Due To WeatherLibraries Closed

All library locations are closed due to Hurricane Ian. All due dates and holds will be extended. New holds cannot be placed at this time. Our book drops are closed. Please keep any items you have until we reopen.

Please monitor local media for information and check the Lee County Storm Updates page.
Pine Island Public Library

Library Hours:
Tuesday: 10 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Wednesday: Noon - 8 p.m.
Thursday: 10 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Friday - Saturday: 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Curbside Holds Pickup:
Tuesday: 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Wednesday: Noon - 4 p.m.
Thursday - Saturday: 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.
See details on curbside pickup.

10701 Russell Road
Bokeelia, FL 33922
Directions to Pine Island Public Library

239-533-4350 Voice

Branch Manager:
Colleen Smith


  • Public computers are available to library card holders and visitors.
    • Computers are shut down 15 minutes prior to closing.
  • Meeting room available (capacity 68 people); review the guidelines or apply for use.
  • Wi-Fi
  • Print and scan capabilities
    • Mobile Printing: Print from anywhere, pick up at the library
      How to Print from the Website

      Step 1: Go to
      Step 2: Select a printer (B&W or Color)
      Step 3: Enter an email address
      Step 4: Use the Browse button to find and select the file to print
      Step 5: Click on the green printer button to send the print job
      Step 6: At the print release terminal, enter the same email address used in Step 3.
      Step 7: Select, print, and pay for the print job per the normal procedure.

      How to Print from the App

      Step 1: Add a printer: Tap “No Printer Selected” across the bottom of the main screen, and then tap on “Search” to search for a Lee County Library System (LCLS) branch location.

      All the Lee County Library System libraries begin with LCLS, for instance: LCLS Pine Island. Tap on the “i” icon next to the “Black and White” or “Color” printer and tap “Save”.

      Step 2: Select a file: From the main screen, select the type of file to print: Documents, Photo, or Web. Follow the prompts to browse and select the file to print. Once selected, tap on the green Print button.

      Step 3: Enter email address:  Enter an email address and tap on the checkmark icon to send the print job. Use the same email address to release the print job at a print release station. A blue banner will display when the print job is started and then a green banner will display when the print job successfully processes.  Your print job will be available at the Print Release Terminal at the library you selected. Enter the email address you used to pay for and retrieve your print job.

      Download the App

      Apple App Store

      Google Play

      How to Print from Email

      Step 1: Compose or forward an email to the selected printer’s email address.

      Step 2: Select and attach any files you want to be printed to your message.  Each attachment will be treated as a separate document to be printed, in addition to the original email.

      Step 3: Send the email.  You will receive a confirmation email when your print job has been processed. Your documents will be available at the Print Release Terminal at the library you selected. Enter your email address to pay for and retrieve your document(s).

Events and Programs:
See all programs happening on our Calendar of Events.

About Pine Island Public Library:
The Pine Island Public Library was incorporated in 1962. Before this date, library service to the islands was by book boat then by volunteers who loaned out books from Pine Island Center. The original library opened in 1966. It is now The Museum of the Islands. Our current building was opened in 1986. It has 5,200 square feet and currently contains over 42,000 items. The Pine Island Public Library serves Pine Island, Matlacha, North Captiva, Useppa, Cabbage Key, Cayo Costa, and parts of Cape Coral.  

Friends of the Pine Island Public Library
The Friends of the Pine Island Public​ Library group is a non-profit, volunteer organization that helps library staff raise awareness of the library’s cultural and educational assets in the community by enhancing programming and services through the development of supplemental financial resources. Resources are made possible through membership fees, donations, fundraising events, book sales and grants from outside organizations.

Meeting Frequency: October through May
Meeting Date/Time: Third Thursday of each month @ 3 p.m.
Meeting Location: Pine Island Public Library Meeting Room
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