More than 850 people went through the doors when Pelsall Village Centre opened for its first day.
Sue Grainger, head of Libraries, Heritage and Arts, said a total of 867 people visited the new facility, which houses the library, children’s centre and GP surgery, on Tuesday.
On average, Aldridge Library receives around 290 visits daily; Bloxwich 400; Brownhills 350; and the Central Library 900.
“It is bound to quieten down when the novelty value wears off, but our experience from Bloxwich and Brownhills indicate that we can hope for a doubling of the visitor numbers in the first year,” she says.
Coun Garry Perry said he was thrilled at the good start.
“It proves the new facility will be a popular asset for the whole community,” he said.