Mission Statement

The Gloversville Public Library commits itself to the citizens of Gloversville to be a community resource that provides access to information and technology, educational and cultural events while remaining a center for research and recreational pursuits.

Library Charter 2005
2010 Charter amendment
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General Information

The Gloversville Public Library possesses a collection of approximately 46,000+ volumes with a special collection dedicated to local history. The collection also contains videos and DVDs, books-on-tape and CD, magazines, daily newspapers, novels on the high school reading list, and a paperback collection.

Internet access is available in the Reference Room and WiFi is available throughout the building. Please review the internet policy before using the computers and wireless network.

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We also have exciting and educational programs for patrons of all ages. 

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Our People

Full-Time Staff

Barbara Madonna, Director
Nicole Hauser, Librarian I
Circe Johnson, Library Clerk
George Emden, Custodial Worker

Part-Time Staff

Linda Callahan, Library Clerk
Linda Conroy, Library Clerk
Jameson Duross, Library Clerk
Sally Fancher, Library Clerk
Bonnie Howard, Program Coordinator
Shari Peto, Library Clerk
The library is governed by a Board of Trustees

Support Organizations: The Gloversville Library  Foundation and The Friends of the Gloversville Public Library.