The Elizabeth Garnsey Delavan Library was built in 2017, continuing the legacy of the former Lodi Whittier Library, which was built a century before. Ten years in the making, the new site on South Main Street serves as more than just a library--it's a community center, a gathering place, and a spark for that has helped to grow the Village of Lodi.
The Elizabeth Garnsey Delavan Library is home to a wealth of local and historical resources. Stop in to learn more, meet the locals, and borrow a book!
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One Branch, Many Roots
The Elizabeth Garnsey Delavan Library is a member of the Finger Lakes Library System, a cooperative library system consisting of 33 member libraries across five counties--Cayuga, Cortland, Seneca, Tioga, and Tompkins.
The FLLS serves more than 300,000 people in the Finger Lakes region, covering more than 2,500 square miles. With more than 60 years of service to the community, the FLLS continues to enrich our lives through the services provided by the library system.