In 1968 the libraries of Polje and Moste were combined to form Jože Mazovec Library. Today it is a regional unit of the Ljubljana City Library and has five branches: Polje, Fužine, Zalog, Jarše, and Zadvor libraries. The main branch occupies 1,310 square metres of space and offers access to a wide spectrum of literature. It has a reading room that seats 90 persons. The library's more than 20,000 registered readers borrow around 730,000 items each year.
The library has a collection of books, periodicals, multimedia items, toys, and maps. Five computers are available for online browsing and two computer work spaces for individual studying. Featured in the library is also a lifelong learning point where anyone can make use of audio video technologies, computers, printers, and other multimedia devices. The library organises story telling hours, book presentations, cultural events, exhibitions, discussions, and travel lectures.