The Holyoke Public Library Corporation is a private, non-profit corporation, incorporated in 1870, and is governed by a thirteen member Board of Directors. The officers and directors are elected at the corporation’s annual meeting in October. At the Corporation's annual meeting three Trustees are elected to manage the assets of the library’s endowment fund.
The purpose of the Corporation is to maintain and operate a public library in the City of Holyoke, Massachusetts and to carry out such activities and programs in furtherance of such purpose as may be consistent with the Public Law adopted by the General Court of Massachusetts on April 20, 1870, by which the Corporation was organized.
The Board of Directors meets monthly, on the second Tuesday of each month in the former History Room on the second floor of the Library at 4:30pm.
2010 Library Director Annual Report
2011 Library Director Annual Report