General Features

  • Customer Service Desk
  • Book Drop
  • Borrowing Materials
  • Children’s Area
  • Garbage Tag Pick Up
  • Book a Group Study Room
  • Milton Transit Ticket Agent (on hold due to pandemic)
  • Program Room
  • Public Access Defibrilator
  • Public Self-Service Access to Service Ontario
  • Self-checkout
  • Silent Study Room


  • Black & White (20¢ per page) and Colour Printing (40¢ per page)
  • Early Literacy Stations
  • Microsoft Office Workstations
  • Photocopier (Black & White; 20¢ per page) / Scanner
  • Public Internet Stations
  • Wireless Internet Access & Printing

Special Collection

The closest major intersection to Beaty Branch is Fourth Line and Clark Boulevard.

Milton Transit

  • Route 3 – Trudeau

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More About Beaty Branch

Beaty Branch is a LEED® Silver Certified building of 11,300 square feet housing a collection of 42,000 books, DVDs, CDs, magazines and other materials.

This branch was named in keeping with the surrounding neighbourhood and in recognition of the local history of the area. To learn more about the Beaty settlers, read the biographical sketches of John Beaty, Esq. and William C. Beaty, Esq. (b. 1828) found in the Illustrated Historical Atlas of Halton County.