Wood Library strives to provide the Canandaigua community with as many services as possible. If you have questions or comments on any of the services provided please feel free to contact the library.
Materials: Wood Library provides materials for all age levels and types of users: books, magazines, DVDs, audiobooks, downloadable content through OWWL2Go (MP3, WMA, EPUB, PDF and Kindle), newspapers, large print books, local history collection, and maps.
Online Catalog: A searchable catalog to Wood Library’s holdings, along with the holdings of other members of the Pioneer Library System, is available online at OWWL Access. Users may also log in with their user ID and PIN to view and manage their personal library accounts.
Accessibility: Wood Library is handicapped accessible with automated doors and an elevator. Two handicap parking spaces are reserved near the rear, ground floor entrance.
Computers: 11 public use computers are available for reference, Internet, and a variety of applications such as word processing, and desktop publishing. Computers may be used for one hour. Copies printed from computers are 15¢ per page.
Circulation: Materials may be returned at the library or at any public library in the four-county Pioneer Library System: Ontario, Wayne, Wyoming and Livingston. Materials may be renewed in person, by phone at 585-394-1381, or by logging in to OWWL.org Reserves may be placed in person, by phone or online.
Copier: A public-use copy machine is located on the Main Floor. Copies are 15¢ per page for black and white and 25¢ per page for color.
Book Drop: When the library is closed, items may be returned in the book drops located at the back entrance to the library adjacent to the parking lot.
Borrowing Privileges: Borrowers are required to register in person. A parent signature is required for children 3rd grade and under. Adults must provide identification with a current address. Cards issued by Wood Library may also be used to borrow materials at other participating OWWL libraries throughout the counties of Ontario, Wayne, Wyoming and Livingston.
Fax: Fax service is available for the public at the Main Floor Desk. The cost is $2.00 for the first page and $1.00 for additional pages. You must be present to receive a fax.
Interlibrary Loan: If Wood Library does not own an item you are looking for, we can try to borrow it for you by Interlibrary Loan. We can borrow items from other libraries in the Pioneer Library System (Livingston, Ontario, Wayne, and Wyoming counties) and from libraries outside our system. There is a $5.00 fee charged for searching outside the PLS System. When the item is available, we will call you, and you will borrow it from Wood Library, just as you would any item in our collection.
Meeting Rooms: Wood Library provides meeting room space for community groups. A Meeting Room Use Agreement Form must be signed prior to reserving community rooms. Please call 585-394-1381 for information. Registration is required.
Notary Public: Notary Public service is available at the Reference Desk. Call 585-394-1381 for availability. Ask for Pat Mincer, Notary Public.
Proctoring: Wood Library offers proctoring services for students in the area. Proctoring information.
Programs: Wood Library provides a wide variety of programs for all age levels. Go to the Online Calendar to see our current offerings.
Reference: Reference service is available during library hours in person or by phone, 585-394-1381. Questions may also be sent by email to firstname.lastname@example.org. See the online Reference Desk for more services including online databases which are available 24/7.
Tax Forms: The IRS is no longer mailing tax forms. Wood Library provides tax forms for both state and federal filings. Tax forms are available starting in February. Call 585-394-1381 for more information.
Volunteer Services: Volunteers are welcome at Wood Library! To learn more about volunteer opportunities, contact Ann Delforte at 394-1381. Volunteer Application.
Wi-Fi: Wood Library offers free Wi-Fi to the public. Library card holders may log in with their 14-digit library card number and PIN. Guest log-ins for visitors are also available. Please ask at the Reference Desk for instructions.