In 2006, the library opened its doors to it current location at 500 Hazel Avenue. The "new" 17,000 square foot library serves more than 13,000 people and includes over 70,000 items for circulation. The building includes a separate children’s room with ample space for books, Story Hour, arts and crafts activities; a 16-seat conference room that can be utilized by community groups for small meetings at any time of day; a reading “lounge” that also provides meeting space for author visits and other programs; four private study rooms; space for 21 public-use
In 2016 the "new" library celebrated its 10th anniversary. Friends of the Homer Library unveiled a new water color portrait of the library, as well as introduced the new bookmobile, subsequently named BOB for "Books on Board. We continue to develop creative and meaningful ways to engage the community and to encourage education, literacy and an informed and engaged public.