Please Note: Remote printing is not working at present, but we are working to have service restored. In-library printing is functioning as usual.

Lighting in the library will be upgraded to LED bulbs over the next several weeks. This will require certain parts of the building to be closed off for various periods during the day. This upgrade will make the library more energy efficient reducing operating costs and CO2 emissions. We regret any inconvenience during this period and hope for your understanding.


Solar panels were recently installed on a portion of the Library's roof.  They began generating electricity for use by the Library on November 1, 2010.  Click here for details on how much energy and CO2 emissions our solar panels are saving.

The Library has also extended its green efforts to helping everyone in Westfield learn about their own household electrical use through the purchase of five Kill-A-Watt electricity usage monitors.

After plugging an appliance into the monitor, the Kill-A-Watt assesses how efficient the appliance is. It displays power consumption by the kilowatt-hour, just like the local utility company. Each device circulates for two weeks and can be requested at the Circulation Desk.

Learn more about the solar panels and Westfield's green initiative by watching Hometown with Mayor Skibitsky.     (it may take several minutes to load)



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Friday 9:30 AM to 5:00 PM
Saturday 9:30 AM to 5:00 PM
Sunday: 1:00 PM to 5:00 PM.