The Clinton Community Library is located just 1/2 mile north of the 4 corners of Schultzville at 1215 Centre Road [County Road 18]. It is connected to the Clinton Town Hall.
Directions From The Kingston Bridge
- Head southeast on NY-199 E
- Turn right onto NY-9G S
- Turn left onto Slate Quarry Rd.
- Turn right onto Centre Rd. (approx. 2 mi.)
Clinton Community Library will be on the right.
Directions from Hyde Park
- Follow NY-9G N
- Turn right onto Hollow Rd.
- Turn left onto Centre Rd. (approx. 3 mi.)
Clinton Community Library will be on the left
Clinton Community Library
1215 Centre Road
Rhinebeck, NY 12572
About the Library:
The Clinton Library was founded in 1965 and provided service as a reading room until 2003 when it was given a provisional charter status. The library is part of the Town Hall and Justice Court complex, situated on eight acres with an adjacent nature trail. Parking is free and abundant.
The library has 8,000 volumes, including a comprehensive children’s collection and a basic reference collection. In addition, the library offers computer, fax, and photocopier services. Photocopy feeds: B&W – 20 cents/page, Color or double-sided – 40 cents/page. Fax: $1.00/page.
The library has two public computers available for use with free access to the Internet and word processing programs. Free WiFi is also available. Printing costs: B&W – 20 cents/page, Color – 40 cents/page.
Library cards are free for residents of the Mid-Hudson Valley. Please present an ID (e.g., driver’s license) and proof of residence (e.g., postmarked letter). There is a $1 fee for a replacement card for lost cards.
Books and audiobooks may be checked out for 3 weeks. DVDs may be checked out for 1 week. To renew material, come in the library, call 266-5530, or log in to your account online. Patrons are responsible for overdue fines. Clinton Community library charges a $1/day late fee for DVDs and a 10-cents/day late fee for other materials. Other libraries in the Mid-Hudson system may have different fees, so please return materials on time to avoid being charged.
The library offers a broad complement of community programming including a monthly book discussion group, computer help and training, and adult coloring programs. It provides children’s programming throughout the year including a weekly preschool story hour and a middle grades Battle of the Books team. Check our program calendar or call the library at 845-266-5530 for information.
Director: Teresa McGuirk
Board of Trustees: email@example.com
Sue Ellen Fairbanks
Mary Pat Sternberg