How do I apply for a library card?
Any resident of the state of Massachusetts can get a free library card at the Greenfield Public Library. An annual fee of $35 is charged to people in towns without a certified library or to those from out of state. If you have a library card from another C/W MARS library, you may be able to use that one. To get a library card, come to the Library with a photo ID and proof of MA residency. Applications are available at both circulation desks. Lost cards can be replaced (with photo ID) for $2.00.
What is Homebound Delivery?
The Homebound Delivery Program is a service offered by the Greenfield Public Library and the Friends of the Greenfield Public Library. The purpose is to deliver books to Greenfield residents who are unable to travel to the library. The service is intended to serve people who are homebound for any reason, including permanent or temporary disabilities or health problems, being unable to get out because of inclement weather, or being hospitalized or temporarily confined in nursing homes. The books are brought to your home by a Greenfield Public Library volunteer. The volunteers are men and women who have taken part in a brief training program and are willing to meet with you to discuss your unique needs.
How Can I Reserve the GPL's Meeting Room?
Please see our Meeting Room Schedule and Fee Schedule page for details.
How Can I Volunteer at the GPL?
Please see our Volunteering Page for details on volunteering at the library.
Does the GPL have a long range plan for the future?
The library has a long range plan for Fiscal Years 2010-2014. It is available here for the public to see.