Holiday Closing

The Library will be closed on Wednesday, October 5th in observance of Yom Kippur. 

COVID Protocols

Masks Are Recommended

Governor Hochul has lifted the mask mandate for indoor public spaces beginning Thursday, February 10th. Masks are recommended but no longer required to enter the library.

Service Offerings

The Harborfields Public Library welcomes members of the public into the building.

  • Patrons can browse library collections and check out items.
  • Reference help, reader’s advisory, tech appointments, and other forms of staff assistance are available.
  • In-person and virtual programs are being offered.
  • Quiet Study rooms are available for use.

If you or a member of your household is ill, please refrain from visiting the library.

Questions? Check out the FAQs below, or contact the Library by phone at (631) 757-4200, by email , or chat.

Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, during regular operating hours. Please call the library at 631.757.4200. We will need your name, barcode and titles of the items you are requesting. We will also need a phone number where we can contact you in case there are questions and/or to let you know your materials are ready to pick up. When you arrive at the library for pickup, please park along the curbing of the Wycoff Street parking lot, in the designated area, and call to let us know you have arrived.

Put library materials in one of the Drop Bins outside the Library's main entrance or return them inside at the Circulation Desk

We have taken a number of steps to mitigate risks to staff and the public. They include:

  • Installing Plexiglass partitions at service desks and at public computer stations.
  • Making sure hand sanitizer is widely available throughout the library.
  • Cleaning the library facility, with particular attention to commonly touched surfaces, such as keyboards, computer mice, handrails, tabletops, etc.

Notary services are offered from 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM Monday-Friday. Appointments are recommended, but walk-ins are welcome, subject to the availability of on-site notary. It is recommended that you call the library to confirm that the notary is in the building. This service is provided free of charge. The library’s notary service is not available for deeds, and other real estate documents (i.e. mortgages and satisfactions of mortgages), wills, living wills, trusts, codicils, powers of attorney or depositions. View our notary services policy here.

Yes.

To print from your mobile device:

  1. Download the PrinterOn App
  2. Once in the app, search for “Harborfields”
  3. Select “black and white” or “color” printer and click the star to save (to add the other printer: search for “Harborfields” again, select the other printer and click the star to save)
  4. Locate what you would like to print and enter your email
  5. Retrieve your document(s) at the Print Release Station next to the Reference Desk in the Adult Reference Room

To print from your laptop/computer:

  1. Visit our Web Portal
  2. Select printer (Black and White OR Color), enter email and upload your file
  3. Retrieve your document(s) at the Print Release Station next to the Reference Desk in the Adult Reference Room

For Curbside Pickup of Mobile Printing:

After submitting your document(s), please wait approximately 10 minutes for the job to process. Call the Library at (631) 757-4200 and ask for the Reference Desk. We will print your document(s) and arrange for you to pick it up.