Ferguson Library

One Public Library Plaza
203-964-1000

Our Mission
Provide free and equal access to information, ideas, books and technology to educate and enrich the Stamford community.

Our Vision
Inspire, promote and foster lifelong learning and personal growth.

Our Core Values
Advance Literacy: Nurture and encourage literacy.

Inspire a Love of Reading: Celebrate life-long learning.
Atmosphere: Create a safe, inviting and comfortable environment that is conducive to reading, studying, learning and engagement.
Access: Provide convenient hours and locations for the Stamford community and remote access via our website.
Accountability: Responsibility for providing quality customer-driven services.
Connections: Build relationships among and between individuals and community groups.
Creativity/Innovation & Technology: Encourage creativity, experimentation and innovation while utilizing the latest technology.
Diversity: Embrace the numerous cultures and races in the community.

Equality: Freedom from bias or favoritism.

Intellectual Freedom: Facilitate the free exchange of information and ideas.



Reviews

JoJo Jean Louis

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Wednesday, May 23, 2018
This is actually in my opinion the best library in Stamford. The books are all well kept. There are new books that anyone would love to read. You can suggest for them to order a book for you free from charge. There are computers on every floor, and printers too. There are so many other things that this library also has. They have a section for document making, a Starbucks attached and many more things to add to its charm.

Sherzod Nuraddinov

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Wednesday, March 7, 2018
I like this place very much. It is quiet and staff is always ready to help. My son loves kids section where he can interact with other children and have fun.

Ivette Pino

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Sunday, Sep. 17, 2017
I love the Ferguson library so much, especially the main branch. There is always someone helpful and willing to search things for you. As a preschool teacher I make it a habit to go weekly and I'm never disappointed at the children's selection and the children's librarian. The library also offers a variety of resources for families and plans so much fun activities for children. Everyone with a child should look up the children's events and go to an event.

Babar Sheikh

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Sunday, Jan. 21, 2018
Love it. Great used books section, snobby coffee shop, central location and a very lively area.

Peter Ta

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Thursday, Sep. 14, 2017
Mary at the passport station was very helpful and answered all questions. Great staff working in this library

Recent News

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Stamford, CT -- Dr. Alon Ben-Meir, Professor and Senior Fellow at New York University’s Center for Global Affairs, and Senior Fellow at the World Policy Institute, will speak at the World Affairs Forum at the Ferguson Library in Stamford.   Dr. B…

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Stamford, CT -- Howard French, Associate Professor, Columbia University School of Journalism, will speak at the World Affairs Forum at the Ferguson Library in Stamford.Howard French’s work has been published in The Atlantic, The New York Review of …

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