The Greenville Public Library is located near the intersection of State Route 81 & 32, center of Greenville, near the Town Pond. (North side of Rt. 81 & west side of Rt.32.)
About the Library:
The Greenville Public Library was founded in 1928. It is located in the former Greenville Academy building which is listed on the National Historic Register.
The Greenville Public Library, using its resources and those of the Mid-Hudson Library System, is dedicated to providing information, materials, services, technology and programs to all community residents to meet their personal, educational, cultural, and professional needs. The Staff, Trustees, Friends Group and Volunteers are committed to enriching the lives of all patrons through lifelong learning opportunities.
Board of Trustees:
Jerry Adinolfi, Margaret Finch, Mary Heisinger, Melissa Palmer, Kathie Quackenbush, Carol Schreiber, Joan Smith (President)
Director Barbara Flach
Code of Conduct
Computer Rules and Procedures
Community Room Guidelines
Pandemic Policy and Procedure
Patron Code of Conduct Safe Practices Addendum
Proactive Infection Plan
Greenville Library – NYS_BusinessReopeningSafetyPlan