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Information related to policies, library updates, and anything deemed highly worthwhile knowledge to our patrons will be provided here.

Announcements Articles

Library Parking Lot Permit Q & A

UPDATE: New rules and regulations for the Library’s parking lot will go into effect on June 10, 2024. Registration for Library Parking Lot Permits is now open. Residents of the Saratoga Springs City School District who are library card holders in good standing may visit the library during our open hours to register. Please bring your library card or driver’s license, and your vehicle’s registration.

Library Parking Update

Following approval of updated agreements with the City of Saratoga Springs, changes will be implemented to prioritize library patron parking in the Library parking lot during the majority of our open hours.

2024 Library Budget Vote Q & A

On April 11, 2024, registered voters who live in the Saratoga Springs City School District will vote on the Saratoga Springs Public Library’s FY2024-25 Budget.

The Memory Project: Messages from Survivors

The Saratoga Springs Public Library is extremely proud to present a meaningful, thoughtful, and richly interactive display for our public. The Memory Project: Message from Survivors is here!

Updated SSPL Website

We welcome you to our newly updated website! The Saratoga Springs Public Library’s main website is going through a full refresh. You’ll notice an updated design, additional content and features, and a lot of metaphorical wet paint! Certain aspects of the site are expected to be in a continued state of flux for some time to come, all to bring you better things!

Land Acknowledgement

The Saratoga Springs Public Library respectfully acknowledges that it is located on the ancestral lands of the Mohican, the Mohawk, and the Abenaki Peoples. We thank them for their enduring stewardship of this land.

A Note from the Director: Committing to Action

Because our current health crisis is disproportionately affecting People of Color and working poor people, and given our present national reckoning with systemic racism, implicit biases, and unearned privileges, we are recommitting to fostering racial justice, socioeconomic inclusion, and human dignity by committing to undertake a review of policies, procedures, and practices in order to identify and eliminate barriers to service. Library Director, Ike Pulver, announces the first policy updates resulting from this process.