Lifelong Learning and Discovery for All.
- Provide a safe and inviting community gathering space in the Library,
- Build meaningful community connections,
- Serve as community technology hub, facilitating access and instruction,
- Maintain robust program offerings,
- Increase the size and scope of physical and digital collections.
Bernie LoBracco, President (Brockport)
Marilynn Brown, Vice President (Clarkson)
Scott Maar, Finance Chair (Brockport)
Dr. Scott Rochette, Secretary (Clarkson)
Dr. Patricia Galinski (Clarkson)
Libby Caruso (Brockport)
Mark Scheda (Sweden)
Kristen Sharpe (Sweden)
Using the Library
Computers & WiFi
- Public computers are available, running Widows 10 and installed with MS Word, Excel, etc.
- All computers are connected to the Internet and to a networked printer.
- Patrons login with their library card number, or may request a guest pass at the Info Desk. Internet sessions last 30 minutes due to pandemic guidelines, one extension may be requested if there are no people waiting.
- Free WiFi is available throughout the building (“Seymour-WiFi”) and does not require a password.
Computer & Technology Help
- Reference librarians are available for general assistance during normal operating hours.
- Self-Help: The Public Library Association’s DigitalLearn.org offers short introductory classes on a wide variety of topics, such as Getting Started on a Computer, Intro to Email, Creating Resumes, Online Job Searching, Basic Microsoft Word, and more. All classes are free.
- Copying: 15¢ for black and white, 50¢ for color.
- Faxing: $1 per page.
- Printing from library computers: 15¢ for black and white, 50¢ for color. At this time we do not offer printing from mobile devices.
- Scanning: Free.
Several glass cabinets and cases are available for individuals and groups wishing to displays collections. Please read our Display Case Policy for details.
Library Cards and Your Account
Notary Public services
The library has free notary public services. Please call ahead (585-637-1050) to check available hours.
Passes for Local Parks, Museums, etc.
Study & Meeting Rooms : Currently 1 study room is available on a first come first serve basis for 1 patron. Please see a librarian at the information desk for details.
- Four Quiet Study Rooms are available on a first-come/first-served basis. Rooms are limited to 2 people per room, for up to 2 hrs. per session unless no one is waiting.
- Three Meeting Rooms are available for groups: Elwanger Room (capacity 10); Local History Room (capacity 52); and Duryea Room (capacity 60). Reservations are made by calling the Info Desk at 585-637-1050.
- Art Displays
- Code of Conduct
- Collection Development
- Community Bulletin Board & Display Free Materials
- Conflict of Interest
- Display cases
- Emergency Closings
- eReader & Tablet Circulation
- Financial Policy
- First Aid
- Gifts to the Library
- Incident Report & Form
- Internet Use Agreement
- Internet Use & Safety
- Landscape Policy
- Library Records – Confidentiality and Requests
- Local History Room Display Cases
- Local History Room Use
- Meeting Rooms
- Power Outage
- Public Input and Conduct at Library Board Meetings
- Reconsideration of Library Materials & Form
- Record Retention Plan
- Security Cameras
- Sexual Harrassment
- Smartphone Apps in Place of Library Cards
- Study Rooms
- Unattended Children