The Town/Village of East Rochester, NY

East Rochester Public Library

Library Circulation Desk


Located in the Village of East Rochester in Western NY, the East Rochester Pubic Library serves a community of approximately 6,500 residents.  Part of the 33 member Monroe County Library System, the village library offers caring, personalized reference services, computer help, special events, and 44,000 print and A/V borrowing materials for our patrons from infancy through adulthood.

The library has public computers with internet access, black and white printing, color printing, black and white copying, and free Wi-Fi access.

Stop by or give us a call (585) 586-8302, there is always a library staff member available to help you with all of your information needs while the library is open!


Fall Events 2018


Photography Workshop

Wednesday, October 17, 2018
Please Register by contacting the library

Youth events will return the week of

September 24.
Find more details on our kidsteen, and adult pages.

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Library Hours

Monday – Thursday: 9:30 a.m. – 8:00 p.m.

Friday: 9:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Saturday: 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.

(Open Saturday all year) 

Closed Dates 2018:

Wednesday, July 4, 2018


317 Main Street
East Rochester, New York 14445

eBooks & Downloadable Audio

MCLS now has free downloadable ebooks, audio books, and streaming video through OverDrive. All you need is your MCLS library card and a digital device or computer.

For instructions on how to download free ebooks and audio books to your device click here.

You can also call the ERPL (585) 586-8302 with your questions or stop by for one-on-one assistance. Please remember to bring your device.

Get In Touch

Town/Village of East Rochester
317 Main Street
East Rochester, New York 14445

: (585) 586-3553 | : (585) 419-8282

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About East Rochester

East Rochester was originally called Despatch because of its proximity to the railroad. The word came from the name of the first major company to locate here...

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