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The Lois Hole Library, located in southwest Edmonton, has been built to LEED® Standards and has been awarded LEED® Silver Certification. It was named after the former Lieutenant Governor Lois Hole and reflects her extraordinary support of increased literacy in our community and love of the natural environment.

Explore how our building creates a better environment for you!

To book a tour, please visit Sustainability at EPL.

Increasing energy efficiency and restricting the use of ozone depleting substances.
Addressing concerns relating to occupant health, safety and comfort; energy consumption; air change effectiveness and air contaminant management.
Reducing water use and increasing efficiency

Emphasizing durability, encouraging longevity and accounting for material life cycle costs.

Minimizing the building's impact on its surrounding environment.

Additional Features

Innovation in Design for exemplary performance in water reduction

Lois Hole Library achieves significant reduction in water usage compared to a standard building.

In addition to low flow fixtures throughout the library, reduced water consumption is achieved through stormwater management strategies that harvest stormwater for use in toilet flushing, and eliminating the need for irrigation of landscaping by using only native and drought resistant plants.

For More Information

City Environmental Strategies

9th Floor Edmonton Tower
10111-104 Avenue NW
Edmonton, AB
T5J 0J4


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Outside Edmonton: 780-442-5311


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