Find 13352 libraries, such as state, town, city, public, private, college and university library branches. Libraries provide information on applications, borrowing books, ebooks, library programs, online databases and research.
Utica Public Library 303 Genesee Street Utica NY 13501 16.2 miles from 13352 315-735-2279
Burke Library 198 County Road 13 Clinton NY 13323 23.1 miles from 13352 315-859-4475
Holy Trinity Orthodox Seminary 1407 Robinson Road Mohawk NY 13407 27.0 miles from 13352 315-858-0945
Waterville Public Library & Barton-Brown Observatory 206 White Street Waterville NY 13480 29.6 miles from 13352 315-841-4651
Gloversville Public Library 58 East Fulton Street Gloversville NY 12078 43.0 miles from 13352 518-725-2819
National Baseball Library 25 Main Street Cooperstown NY 13326 43.5 miles from 13352 607-547-7200
Earlville Free Library 4 North Main Street Earlville NY 13332 45.2 miles from 13352 315-691-5931
Fayetteville Free Library 300 Orchard Street Fayetteville NY 13066 49.1 miles from 13352 315-637-6374
Northern Onondaga Public Library 8686 Knowledge Lane Cicero NY 13039 51.6 miles from 13352 315-699-2534
NOPL at North Syracuse Library 100 Trolley Barn Lane Syracuse NY 13212 52.3 miles from 13352 315-458-6184
Salina Free Library 100 Belmont Street Syracuse NY 13211 54.1 miles from 13352 315-454-4524
State Univ-New York College LIBR 142 Schenectady Avenue Cobleskill NY 12043 54.2 miles from 13352 518-255-5841
NOPL at North Syracuse Library 100 University Place Syracuse NY 13244 54.7 miles from 13352 315-458-6184
Syracuse Onondaga County PLNG 421 Montgomery Street Syracuse NY 13202 55.2 miles from 13352 315-435-2611
The vast majority of funding that supports the operation of Public Libraries comes from county and local governments. At times, grant funding may be available for specific programs, projects, or capital improvements. Fees for special programs and services account for a relatively small percentage of revenue for Public Libraries.
Friends of the Library are organizations formed to support their local Public Libraries. They typically establish themselves as independent, non-profit organizations that conduct fundraising to supplement Library resources and organize Library related events.
The Dewey Decimal system is a classification system used in many libraries to organize their books. The classification number allows for books to easily be located or returned to their assigned place in the library. The system is constantly revised to keep up with changes in the libraries.