The Southborough Library is an innovative, inspirational, and dynamic center dedicated to lifelong learning and interests. The library provides services, programs, collections, and technology to the local community. The building serves as a welcoming environment, facilitates equal access, and provides collaborative space to the public.
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The Southborough Library is the cultural, educational, civic, social, and physical center for the Town of Southborough.
The Southborough Library was founded in 1852. The present building was constructed in 1911. An addition was built and attached in 1989.
The library has a 6-member elected Board of Library Trustees. Learn more about the Board of Trustees on the Town of Southborough website.
The Friends of the Southborough Library help support programs and services.
Southborough Library Strategic Five Year Plan, 2020 - 2024
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(1) Southborough Library Customer Survey 2018 | Print Survey Example
This plan was approved by the Library's Board of Trustees on September 17, 2019.
View the SAM presentation of Library Director Ryan Donovan, Operating Project Manager Mary Bulso, and architect Lynne Spencer on their informational update on the Library Facade Restoration Project. This a grant funded historical preservation project funded by the Southborough Community Preservation Committee.
Please click here to read the library's application to the Southborough Community Preservation Committee. View the SSV Assessment report of the library's historic facade here. Please click here to view a PDF format of March 6th presentation. This project is Article 22 of the 2019 Annual Town Meeting. Click here to view the 2019 Town Meeting Warrant.
This plan was approved by the Library's Board of Trustees on September 15, 2015.