Mission & Vision
Mission statement: The mission of the Towanda Public Library is to maintain a free, public, non sectarian library which serves community members equally according to need regardless of age, sex, race, educational background or intellectual capability, economic or educational status.
The Library will provide informational, educational and recreational materials to meet the needs of the community.
The Towanda Public Library shall provide enrichment and promote an appreciation of reading, thereby being an invaluable source for the community.
Vision Statement: Towanda Public Library embraces the rich heritage and vibrant future of our community. We aspire to be the best possible library for Towanda and surrounding communities. We create opportunities to participate, connect and discover by:
- Encouraging lifelong learning.
- Responding to community needs
- Ensuring Freedom of access to information.
- Offering space for people and ideas to come together.
- Providing materials and programs that entertain and inspire.
Organization Description: Towanda Public Library, founded in 1897, was created by the community for the community and continues to fulfill the intellectual, social, and entertainment needs of its community by encouraging lifelong learning, responding to community needs, ensuring freedom of access to information, offering space for people and ideas to come together, and providing materials and programs that entertain and inspire. Towanda Public Library is a 501(c)3 non profit organization.