We appreciate you taking the time to respond to this brief survey. This survey will help us determine the services and programs that are important to our patrons and the community as we move forward.
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Do you have a library card?
What is your age?
Your zip code
How often do you visit the New Hartford Public Library?
Less than monthly
I may not visit but I utilize the eResources.
Please check the services you use or have used at the New Hartford Public Library.
Borrowing physical items (books, magazines, audiobooks, DVDs, music)
Borrow digitally (OverDrive, Libby)
Read the newspaper
Borrow nontraditional items (Park Passes, American Girl doll, snowshoes, park passes, Musical Instruments, STEM games)
Use Library computers, printers, scanners
Attend Children's programs
Attend Adult programs
Attend Young Adult programs
Use community rooms to attend/host a meeting
Use study rooms or tables throughout the library
Send/receive a fax
Curbside Pick Up
Adult Craft Monthly Grab and Go Craft Kits
Preschool Project Weekly Grab and Go Craft Kits
Kids' Monthly Grab and Go Craft Kits
If you chose Other in the question above, please specify.
When are you most likely to visit the Library?
Weekday mornings (10:00-1:00)
Weekday afternoons (1:00-4:00)
What could we do to improve our services? Please choose all that apply.
Provide outreach servcies to homebound and seniors
Provide Grab and Go crafts year round for children
Provide Grab and Go crafts year round for adults
Provide technology classes or drop in sessions
Increase our outreach in the community (i.e Farmer's Markets, expos etc.)
Increase Adult programming
Offer additional programs for Young Adults
Please use this space below to share any comments, ideas, or suggestions that might improve your library experience.
How do you receive information regarding Library news? Please check all that apply.
In the Library
Social Media (Facebook and Instagram)
The Town Crier
Word of mouth
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