Welcome to the Jordanville Public Library. We are located in the heart of Jordanville at 189 Main Street. We have open hours five days a week. We are chartered to serve the Owen D. Young School District and belong to the Mid-York Library System.
As part of the Mid-York System, we are able to loan and borrow materials to and from the other 43 libraries in our system. We have delivery service to the library two days a week. We are very pleased to be able to offer high speed internet access for our customers. Verizon recently installed a server and fiber optic line which has boosted our reliability and speed. With your library card number, you can use the desk top computers in the library or log on with your laptop from the parking lot!
The Library has an excellent collection of books for adults, young adults and children. We regularly add to our collection of 400+ DVDs and are expecting 70 new books for the children’s and junior collection before June via a grant from the LIBRI Foundation that provides books to small rural libraries. Also on the shelves, you will find Large Print books, magazines, and CDs.
We hope you will stop in for a visit and decide to make the library a regular part of your schedule. We recently received a SmartBoard for programs and today were notified that a Kindle Fire E-Book reader will be added to our holdings…the result of a drawing held at Mid-York! This includes a 2-hour training session for anyone who would like to learn how to use their own device or see what is being offered. The training time will be announced soon. You can also call the library for information.
We have applied for a Public Performance License in order to show movies during the summer at the library. Watch for a schedule.
The library is planning several performers for the Summer Reading Program this year. On May 2nd, John Rogers will present his program All About Bluebirds. More information on the EVENTS page.
The Board of Trustees owns and operates the Jordanvillle Public Library. They meet once a month, usually on the third Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. Meetings are open to all who would like to attend.