The Nanuet Public Library was founded in 1894. The Nanuet Public Library serves the residents of the Nanuet Union Free School District.

Vision Statement

To be the intellectual and cultural center of our community. The place to go for information and cultural resources, in a comfortable and convenient environment, providing services for all generations.

Mission Statement

The Nanuet Public library is dedicated to be a civic resource promoting open access to information, materials and services to all residents of the Nanuet School District to advance knowledge, foster creativity, encourage the exchange of ideas, build community and enhance the quality of life.

Borrowing Terms Limits and Fines

Item Limit Loan Period Overdue Charge per day Max.Fine Renewals allowed
Adult books * 28 days .10 $10 2
Adult books – New * 14 days .10 $10 2
Adult Fast books 2 7 days .25 $10 0
Audio books 5 28 days .25 $10 2
Audio books – New 3 14 days .25 $10 2
Audio books – Children 3 14 days .10 $10 2
Children’s books 3 fiction by same author 3 non-fiction per subject 14/28 days .05 $5 2
Blu-ray/DVDs 10** 7 days 1.00 $10 2
DVD/Blu-Ray New & High Demand 4 3 days 1.00 $10 2
Kits-Children’s 10 14 days .05 $5 2
Magazines 5 7 days .05 Cost of magazine 0
Magazines – Children’s 5 14 days .05 Cost of magazine 0
Museum Passes*** 1 per family 3 days $10.00 $100 0
Music CDs – Adult 10 14 days .10 $10 2
Music CDs – Children’s 10 14 days .05 $10 2
Paperbacks * 28 days .10 2

*All accounts have a total limit of 50 items per card. There is no limit up to 50 on these collections.

**Blu-ray/DVDS limit includes 4 new

***Museum passes must be returned to the Nanuet Library Circulation Desk. $5.00 charge if museum pass is returned in bookdrop.

Museum Passes

Sponsored by the Friends of the Nanuet Library

  • The Nanuet Public Library loans membership passes to a number of area museums.
  • The membership passes are available for loan to adult Nanuet Public Library patrons in good standing. A current adult Nanuet Public Library card is required.
  • Families and individuals may borrow only one pass at a time.
  • Passes cannot be reserved in advance but will be held for a maximum of thirty minutes by the library’s clock, provided the desired pass is available in the library at the time the request is made.
    • Please call 623-4281 x 128 or stop by the Adult Reference Desk to check on the availability of a pass.
  • Passes circulate for three (3) days.
    • (ex: a pass borrowed on a Tuesday is due on Friday).
  • Passes must be returned in person to the circulation desk.
    • A $5.00 fine will be imposed if the pass is returned in the book drop.
  • Passes cannot be renewed.
    • A late fee of $10 per day, up to the cost of museum membership, will be imposed for every day the pass is late.
    • Replacement cost for lost passes is the museum’s membership charge to the Friends of the Library for a replacement pass.

It is the borrower’s responsibility to confirm hours of operation, exhibits, parking fees, etc.

Failure to abide by these regulations may result in forfeiture of borrowing privileges. Regulations may be revised at any time.

Procedure December 2007
Revised policy passed by resolution of the Nanuet Public Library Board of Trustees,
April 28, 2009
Revised: August 30, 2010

Board of Trustees

Trustees

Sheila O’Brien, President
Amy Andrews, Vice President
Jean Cappiello, Secretary
Brian Anderson
Mette Rossi

Accountant: Evan Gross
Clerk to the Board: Sofija Duic
Treasurer: Howard Heffler

Minutes and Agenda

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Hours and Directions

Regular Hours
Monday – Thursday 10 AM- 9 PM
Friday – Saturday 10 AM – 5 PM
Sunday 12 PM – 5 PM

Summer Hours
Summer Hours begin June 21, 2020 and end September 13, 2020
Monday – Thursday 10 AM- 9 PM
Friday – Saturday 10 AM – 5 PM
Sunday – Closed

Holiday Closings

  • Wednesday, January 1: New Year’s Day -Closed
  • Monday, January 20: Martin Luther King Jr., Day – Closed
  • Monday, February 17: President’s Day – Closed
  • Sunday, April 12: Easter Sunday – Closed
  • Monday, May 25: Memorial Day -Closed
  • Saturday, July 4: Independence Day – Closed
  • Saturday, September 5: Labor Day Weekend – Closed
  • Sunday, September 6: Labor Day Weekend – Closed
  • Monday, September 7: Labor Day – Closed
  • Wednesday, November 25: Thanksgiving Eve – Closing @5PM
  • Thursday, November 26: Thanksgiving Day – Closed
  • Friday, November 27: Thanksgiving – Closed
  • Thursday, December 24: Christmas Eve – Closing @1PM
  • Friday, December 25: Christmas Day – Closed
  • Thursday, December 31: New Year’s Eve – Closing@1PM