2 High Street, Goffstown, NH 03045 | 603-497-2102
Monday, Thursday, Friday: 9am – 5pm
Tuesday & Wednesday: 9am – 8pm
Saturday (September – June): 9am – 2pm
For seasonal and holiday closings, please see our online calendar.
About Us Resources
Please visit these links for more information:
Adult Services and Outreach
Head of Youth Services
Please visit the Goffstown Public Library Calendar.
TD Bank’s Affinity Membership Program
Help us grow with TD Bank’s Affinity Membership Program. Our enrollment in this program allows TD Bank customers to code their accounts for the Library to receive a percentage of the annual balance in those accounts. The great thing is it isn’t your money that TD Bank gives us, it’s from their foundation and it will help us save for the future. All you need to do is let a teller know you would like to code your accounts for the Goffstown Public Library; our code is A1500, or call TD Bank at 497-6000 and do it over the phone. If you are not currently a customer of the bank but want to help us raise money, then you can easily open an account and do the same thing. TD Bank will contribute ½% on checking balances and ¼% on savings accounts, money market, CD and IRA balances. Remember, your account balances are not affected by your enrollment and all contributions are kept strictly confidential.
Frequently Asked Questions
Also, see our: Policies.
What is the loan period for books? Is it different for movies?
Books, magazines, audiobooks, and music CDs are checked out for 3 weeks. Most movies circulate for 3 weeks, but those with waiting lists are due in one week. Some picture books on summer reading lists circulate for one week during summer months. Hot Spot titles and video games circulate for 7 days with no renewals.
Can I renew materials over the phone?
Yes, renewals may be made over the phone, in person, or you can do it through our web-based catalog with your library card number and password. Items on hold for another patron, and materials that were inter-library loaned from other libraries may not be renewed.
How many items can I check out at one time?
There is no limit to the number of fiction, picture books, audios, movies or magazines that may be borrowed.
I work in Goffstown, but I don’t live here. Am I eligible for a library card?
Yes, library cards are available to any Goffstown resident, person working full-time in Goffstown, or student attending a Goffstown public school. To get your card, stop by the library with a form of identification showing your address or affiliation. See Circulation Policy : at-a-glance.
How do I get a PIN for my library card?
Visit or call the library at 497-2102. We will be happy to assign a password of your choosing as your PIN. You can use this PIN to reserve and renew items through our online catalog.
There is a book I want to read that the library does not own. Can you get it for me?
Yes, depending on the potential appeal of the book, we will either purchase it or borrow it from another library. If the item is within our catalog you can place the request yourself!
What daily newspapers do you subscribe to?
We get the New Hampshire Union Leader and the Concord Monitor. Newspapers are located on the 3rd floor of the library, along with some comfortable seating.
Can I get an e-mail account through the library?
The library does have public Internet access. Several websites on the Internet (such as hotmail and yahoo!) offer free e-mail.
Do you have meeting rooms available for public use?
The library has a conference room for library sponsored activities and meetings. Due to its limited size, however, and because it doubles as a staff work area, it is no longer available as a meeting place for outside groups. (per the Library Board of Trustees, October 20, 2004)
Does the library proctor exams?
Yes. If you need to take a test, we will be happy to proctor it for you. While we have no private study areas, we will do our best to find you a space that is reasonably quiet. Please call ahead to make arrangements.
Do you offer notary public services?
The Goffstown Public Library will serve as a primary resource for community information needs. It will provide a comfortable place for citizens to access quality materials and programs, enhance cultural awareness and to explore issues of local, national and global interest.