We serve as the public library and a community resource for our area. We offer museum passes, ebooks, audiobooks, DVDs, music to borrow or keep, online learning and research, books, librarian-assisted access to our local history collection, and archived articles from the Irvington Gazette. Come enjoy free programs: music, theater, informational workshops, children’s story times and programs, teen/tween events, and book clubs. Monthly gallery exhibits, as are our programs, are free to the public. We also serve as a meeting space for community groups. Additionally, the Library is responsible for the unique Tiffany Reading Room, which is located near the Library.
The Library has a rich history and is located in the Burnham Building. The building is on the National Register of Historic Places and is located across the street from the eastside of the Irvington train station, Metro North Hudson line.