About the Library
Directions and Parking, Main Library, Harry Bennett Branch, South End Branch, Weed Memorial & Hollander Branch and Bookmobile.
Phone listing for all Ferguson Library departments, administrators and supervisors.
A list of Board officers and members, and Board meeting minutes and agendas.
How to apply for a passport at The Ferguson Library. All applicants must appear in person, including children, at either the Main Library or the Harry Bennett Branch. We take photos too.
The Ferguson Library now relies more than ever on public support to continue to offer the excellent programs and services our community expects. There are many ways to support the Library. Also, find out more about Adopt-A-Book and the Ferguson Library Foundation.
The Ferguson Library offers a challenging and rewarding work environment for both professional and support staff members. Many high school students enjoy meaningful, paid employment as pages, helping re-shelve materials and provide tech assistance.
Since it first opened its doors at the end of the 19th century, The Ferguson Library has been the heart of the Stamford community, a place of learning and education, a gathering place where people could meet and exchange ideas.
The Main Library recently underwent a top to bottom renovation, funded mainly with capital grants from the city and some support from the state and other sources. The project, which was accomplished in five stages to minimize disruption to the public, began in August, 2008 and was mainly finished by September, 2010.
Starbucks and the Library have a close working relationship. The coffee house opens directly into the Friends Book Shop. The door to the book shop is always open during Library hours, and Starbucks offers Friends members a 10% discount.