How do I obtain a library card?
If you are over 13 years of age, photo I.D./Student I.D./Driver’s License, with your address on it will be required. If your address is not current, we need to see a piece of mail addressed to you with your current address on it. Library card is issued instantly and ready for use.
If you are under 13 years of age, you need to have a parent/guardian with you at time of registration to verify who you are and to sign your application. Library card is issued instantly and ready for use.
How long can I borrow my materials for?
Most books are on a 21-day loan. New releases are on a 7-day loan. DVDs, videos, and CDs are on a 7-day loan. Most can be renewed if no one is waiting for them.
How do I renew my books/movies/CDs/magazines?
You can renew materials by calling the library at 585-589-4246, visiting the Library, or through your account on www.nioga.org.
I am looking for a specific author, subject & title. Where do I go to find them?
You may visit the NIOGA Catalog (www.nioga.org) and conduct your specific search, call the library at 585-589-4246, or visit the library.
What computer services do you offer?
We currently have 8 PC computers that are open to all patrons with a library card in good standing (fines under $3.00).
The computers have all major programs loaded on them such as MS Word, PrintShop, and Internet Explorer. All computers operate on Microsoft Windows XP or Windows 7. Our internet utilizes Road Runner for optimum speed for all your tasks.
The library has a black & white/color printer that all public computers are connected to. Black & white printouts are 10 cents each. Color printouts are 50 cents each. Computer lab users have a maximum of 90 minutes per day at their computer terminal.