About the Library

Resources and Services
The main floor of the building houses the library's physical collection, in an open floor plan. The upper level features the children's department and the street level features the young adult, adult, and movie areas. As of May 2017, approximately 24,000 physical items are available for checkout, which encompasses print books; over twenty magazine subscriptions; three newspaper subscriptions; movies on DVD, VHS, and Blu-ray; audiobooks on compact disc, and music cd's.

An additional 30,000 ebooks and audiobooks available for download through OverDrive, to play on virtually any electronic device. Your library card allows you to access these via your account in the library catalog, or by going directly to https://nebraska.libraryreserve.com/. Ask a library staff member for details or assistance with your device. Other electronic resources include several databases where library users can access medical information, journal articles, online reference, legal information, historical records, and suggestions on what to read next.

Other resources and services available at the library include self-serve photocopy machine, free Wi-Fi access throughout the building and grounds, faxing services (with fee), 3D printing services (with fee), and three meeting rooms of various sizes available for rent.

The library has eleven public access computers available for use. Each computer is running the Windows 10 operating system and has the Microsoft Office suite available (Excel, Word, PowerPoint) for use, internet browsing capabilities, and printing.

Access your library account online
Click on the Library Catalog link in the blue menu on this page, or at www.GenevaLibrary.com. In the top corner of the Library Catalog screen, use your four digit library card number and your ten digit telephone number to access your account online. Click on the My Account button. Here you can change see what items are checked out, renew items, place holds, or request the library purchase a specific title.

The Genealogy Society of Fillmore County houses materials in the library, and holds monthly meetings the first Monday from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m.

The Secret Garden Society maintains the extensive landscaping around the library. This beautiful garden area has even been utilized for wedding party and senior photographs.