ABOUT THE NIOGA LIBRARY SYSTEM
The Nioga Library System is a non-profit cooperative library system serving the public libraries in three counties. The library system takes its name from the counties that it serves - Niagara, Orleans and Genesee.
The system, which consists of twenty-one public libraries, is one of twenty-three similar systems in New York State. It receives most of its financial support through the New York State Department of Education. The Nioga Library System, which was chartered in 1959, helps to provide improved informational services to all residents of its three county area.
MISSION AND VISION STATEMENTS
Mission Statement - The mission of the Nioga Library System is to extend and improve library services to the residents of Niagara, Orleans and Genesee Counties by assisting local libraries in meeting the information needs of their communities through leadership, education, inspiration, and enhanced resource sharing (Adopted September 1994).
Vision Statement - The vision of the Nioga Library System is to guide the member libraries through the 21st century by continuous research and implementation of appropriate services and technologies (March 2001).
BOARD OF TRUSTEES POLICIES AND COMMITTEES
Each library in the Nioga System has its own Board of Trustees. An 11 member board representing the libraries in the Nioga Library System oversees the administration of the member libraries.
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SCHEDULES & INFORMATION
- Delivery Schedule
- Meeting Schedule (Calendar)
- Workshop Registration Form
- Workshop Luncheon Suggestions
- Mailing Lists - Staff Only
- Member Library Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) - Staff Only
- Check Out Challenge - Staff Only
DEPARTMENTS & SERVICES