Seymour Library Welcomes You

Located at 176-178 Genesee Street, Auburn NY, Seymour Library serves the City of Auburn and communities in Owasco, Sennett, and Fleming. Explore books, DVDs, music, and more with your library card.

Our hours are:

Monday through Wednesday 9 am to 7 pm, Thursday through Friday 9 am to 6 pm and Saturday 9 am to 5 pm

Printing services are available, Wifi is accessible throughout the building, and you can make an appointment to use one of our public computer stations by calling the library at 315-252-2571.

In-person technology help is also available. Receive assistance with digital downloads (OverDrive, Hoopla, etc.), and computer basics training. Call to make your appointment today.

Library News

September is here and Seymour Library is getting ready for a fantastic fall! As families and students head back to school, at the library we want to remind you that September is Library Card Sign-Up Month!

We encourage those of you who have a card to help spread the word and recommend your friends, family, and neighbors to sign-up today.

Back to School Resources at the Library

Did you know that you can check out Learning Backpacks, Playaway Wonderbooks, Mental Health Wellness Backpacks, games, science & technology tools, and more?

Learn more about all of the library’s services for families.

Are you an educator? Those who teach within the Auburn Enlarged School District or at Tyburn Academy or St. Joseph School may apply for an Educator’s card

Face masks are required for all visitors - Thank you. Seymour Library

Mask Update

For the health and safety of our staff and patrons, Seymour Library requires all visitors to wear a face mask. Please remember to distance yourself from others and to use our hand sanitizing stations while visiting the library. We thank you for your cooperation.

For patrons who wish to be contact-free, the library offers Curbside Service, and remember the library is open 24/7 with our eLibrary offering a variety of online resources. Borrow or stream eBooks, movies, audiobooks, and more, or research your family history, learn a new language, or browse newspaper articles with our online databases. 

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Please continue to return your items to the library’s Book Drop.

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