About Us

The Town of Pelham Public Library serves the information, educational, and cultural needs of the residents of the Town of Pelham, which comprises the Villages of Pelham and Pelham Manor in southern Westchester County. In addition to the library’s holdings of nearly 43,000 books, audio and video recordings, and other materials, library users have access through interlibrary loans to more than 6.1 million items held by the member libraries of the Westchester Library System and over 7.3 million items including electronic materials. In 2015, the library circulated over 105,000 items and held more than 319 programs for children and adults. The library supports the principles of intellectual freedom and the public’s right to know by providing access to information, collections and services that reflect diverse points of view.

Mission Statement

The Town of Pelham Public Library serves the people of Pelham and Westchester County by providing books, materials, information and library services to meet their interests and needs. The Library strives to provide excellent library services and programs which work in concert with other cultural and educational institutions in the Town of Pelham. The Town of Pelham Public Library supports the principles of intellectual freedom and the public’s right to know, by providing people of all ages and abilities, and from all backgrounds, with access and guidance to information, collections and services that reflect diverse points of view.

Annual Reports

For the 2015 Annual Report, click here.
For the 2013 Annual Report, click here.

 

 

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