General FAQs

Yes, free wireless Internet access is available inside the Main Library, Byram Shubert, and the Cos Cob library buildings.

Yes, Greenwich Library has 50+ PCs for the public in various areas of the building.  These include 7 in the Children’s Room, reserved for children 12 and under, and 5 in Teen Central.  Byram Shubert Library has an additional 22 public PCs and Cos Cob Library has 12 public PCs. Advance signup is not required, and a Library card is not needed.

Yes, printers, scanners, and copiers are available at the Libraries.

Wireless printing is available. Print your documents here.

Yes, Greenwich Library houses individual and group study rooms, plus private phone booths to make phone and video calls.

The Library also houses larger spaces, like the Meeting Room and Berkley Theater, for Greenwich residents and local organizations. 

Learn more and book a space HERE.

Yes, members of the public at large can attend all events unless restrictions are noted.

Borrowing FAQs

Answering questions related to loans, holds, interlibrary loans, fines, etc.

Digital Library FAQs

Click the links below to access online and printable quick guides that will help you set up an account and install and use the apps within the Digital Library. Need more help? Stop by a Greenwich Library location and a librarian will help!

Yes! Below you will find video tutorials below to discover how to get set up, navigate, and comfortably use the Library’s main digital apps for reading, researching, online learning, and more on your computer, mobile device, or e-reader. Plus, tutorials are available on how to use our most popular research and reference tools.

Digital Library Apps

Research Tools & Databases

Friends of Greenwich Library FAQs

The Friends of Greenwich Library is a volunteer-based organization that develops and supports programs and services that promote the joy of lifelong learning and discovery at Greenwich Library. Current Committees include The Flinn Gallery, the Performing Arts Committee, Friday Films, The Oral History Project, Children’s Programs, Outreach, Lending Art, and Adopt-a-Shelf.

Make a donation of any size to the library and you become a Friend of Greenwich Library!

The Friends of Greenwich Library has volunteer opportunities based on how much time you can give and what your area of interest is.

Click here to see how you can find your place in our Library community and sign up to be a volunteer.

Click here to complete our Friends of Greenwich Library volunteer form. We have many opportunities for you to make a difference in our Library community.