Margaret K. Troke Branch Library


502 W. Benjamin Holt Dr
Stockton, CA 95207


Upcoming Events





Survey About Adult Programs

The Troke Library would like to hear your thoughts on programs for grown-ups at our branch. This survey is only six questions long. It will help us plan activities when we are able to return to offering in-person events.


Please click on the link below, to answer the questions:
Troke Adult Programs Survey

About The Library


             Exterior of Troke Branch Library Building


This library branch was named after former library director, Margaret K. Troke. "Troke" rhymes with "hokey pokey." (That's how Margaret Troke pronounced it, so that's how we say it.) 


The Troke Branch opened in October of 1979 in north Stockton, at the corner of Benjamin Holt Drive and Inglewood Drive.


Customers can check out library materials in English, Spanish, Vietnamese, Chinese, Hmong, Lao, Cambodian/Khmer (CDs and DVDs only), Hindi, and Urdu.  Troke also has a reference collection for use in the library. 






Margaret Troke Library Past Event Pictures

Click here to view pictures of past events.