Under the guidance of Governor Cuomo, effective Monday, March 16th The Field Library will be closed to help prevent the spread of the novel COVID-19 virus. We will remain closed until such time that we have received notification that the library may reopen. During this public health crisis the library will not charge overdue fines. We ask that you keep any items that have been checked out until the library is re-open.
During this closure the library will be sanitized which includes wiping down all surfaces, toys, keyboards, and computer mice with sanitizing wipes. The City of Peekskill is sanitizing doorknobs, handrails, and commonly touched areas throughout the Neighborhood Center.
We encourage everyone to use our online resourcs during this time of crisis. You can find a list of resources here: https://www.peekskill.org/databases#.Xm9_u6hKhPY.
The mission of The Field Library is to inspire lifelong learning, advance knowledge, and strengthen the City of Peekskill and Town of Cortlandt community by offering free and open access to library services.
Please view this important public service announcement regarding the 2020 Census.
The Field Library is seeking input on its strategic plan. Surveys will be available online and in person soon. Your input is greatly appreciated.
Community Survey: Please fill out this survey if you reside in the City of Peekskill or Town of Cortlandt community.
Educator Survey: Please fill out this survey if you are an educator with the Peekskill City School District, Lakeland School District, day care provider in the City of Peekskill or Town of Cortlandt, or faculty at BOCES or Westchester Community College. If you are an educator that resides in the City of Peekskill or Town of Cortlandt and use The Field Library you are also encouraged to fill out the survey.
The Field Library is located at 4 Nelson Avenue in downtown Peekskill, New York. A short walk from the Hudson River and MetroNorth, we are Peekskill's major information source and a long standing community hub.