It is the mission of the Worth-Pinkham Memorial Library to provide and promote open and equal access to the resources and services of the library in order to meet the informational, educational, and cultural needs of the community. The Library seeks to encourage reading and the use of current technology for lifelong learning and the enhancement of the individual's quality of life.
Worth-Pinkham Memorial Library will be the center of the Ho-Ho-Kus community, providing free access to information, entertainment, and collaboration for all segments of the population. We will connect our users to their neighbors through dynamic spaces, collections, and programming, making our community a more accessible and enjoyable place to live.
Accessibility - The library is committed to accessibility of all types: a welcoming environment, a physically accessible space for all abilities, free access to information, and 21st-century technology.
Community - Worth-Pinkham Memorial Library strives to be the center of the Ho-Ho-Kus community, uniting all residents and providing a forum for them to come together as they choose.
Freedom of Information - The library deeply values free, unrestricted access to reliable and timely information, through both print and digital forums.
Innovation - Through timely, forward-thinking programs, collection development, and technology, the library strives to provide access to the future while recognizing the importance of the past.
Lifelong Learning - Through its physical and digital collections and year-round cultural programming, the library is committed to promoting lifelong learning in its users, from birth through the end of life.
Click here to view a copy of the library's 2014-2019 strategic plan.