Tribal Library

Our Tribal Library and Book Mobile offers a range of essential services, including book lending, access to information and technology resources, community programs, reference assistance,  digital resources, educational support, cultural and historical preservation efforts, and community engagement initiatives. 
CRP Fort Hall

Library Services

Located in the HRDC Building, our small community library offers an excellent space to check out books, look for jobs online and also work with our Library Techs. We're dedicated to helping community members with our library resources. These services collectively provide patrons of all ages with opportunities for learning, enrichment, and connection in Fort Hall.

  • Monday 8AM - 4PM
  • Tuesday 8AM - 3PM
  • Wednesday 8AM - 12PM
  • Thursday 8AM - 11AM
  • Friday 8AM - 4PM

Call us at (208)478-3861 for more information, or email us at

Book Mobile

Our Book Mobile is designed to get resources out into our community, stopping at different locations. We'll keep publishing new schedules each month, and invite you to come experience this unique resource.

  • Tuesday 3:45PM - 4:45PM (Boys & Girls Club)
  • Wednesday 1PM - 3:30PM (Shoshone-Bannock High School)
  • Wednesday 3:45PM - 4:45PM (Tribal Youth Education Program)
  • Thursday 12PM - 3PM (Chief Tahgee)

Call us at (208)478-3861 for more information, or email us at

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February Library Schedule

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Fish and Game Department

Contact Us

Phone: (208)478-3861

P.O. Box 306
Fort Hall, ID 83203


Strengthening Our Community.

The Shoshone-Bannock Tribal Library, within the Human Services Department, offers diverse services to tribal and local community members within the Fort Hall Indian Reservation area. Collaborating partners include tribal programs, schools, and agencies such as the Consumer Services Program, Early Childhood Education Center, Tribal Youth Education Program, 477 Education, Employment and Training Program, Temporary Assistance for Needy Families Program, General Welfare Assistance Program, Adult Protection Services Program, Elderly Nutrition Services Program, Shoshone-Bannock Jr/Sr. High School, and more.