Did You Know?
You can see a list of books that you have checked out over the last 12 months on line.
You can set up a “Watch List” by author. An email will be sent to you when the book arrives.
You can renew on-line.
You can borrow e-books and e-audio from Overdrive/Library2Go on the library website. Streaming movies, e-magazines and other resources are also available.
Our staff will find just about any book you want through “Inter-Library Loan.”
There are many, many kids programs year round.
Our first adult program, “Computer 101” will be on April 14th at Alfred Dickey taught by Justin Batz, a computer whiz.
The Bookmobile makes 23 stops each month checking out over 1,100 books. 14 of these stops are in Jamestown.
9,000 patrons visit the library every month.
JRVLS checks out 10,000 traditional materials every month.
JRVLS has Jamestown High School Yearbooks going back to 1946
JRVLS has microfilm of Jamestown newspapers going back to 1878.