Rochester Public Library

252 Adams Street, Rochester, PA, USA, 15074
Hours are:
Mondays and Wednesdays, noon to 7 p.m.
Tuesdays and Thursdays,9a.m. to 4 p.m.
Saturdays,9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Director: Terri Gallagher

The Rochester Public Library’s mission is to be an information and community center providing access to educational, cultural and recreational service and material for the people of Rochester and surrounding communities.

Company Overview
The Rochester Public Library, part of the Beaver County Library System, was founded in its current building in 1922. While housed in a Victorian setting, the library is striving to answer today's needs and interests of the Rochester community.

Founded 1922


Books, public computers, audiomaterials, wi-fi acess, children's programming,children's media, workshops, electronic databases, Ancestry Family History Library Edition, entertainment, information and smiles.

The Rochester Public Library has launched a brick campaign. For a $50 donation, patrons can order a customized brick to be used in a bricked area outside of the library building. Our goal is to make an al fresco zone for Wi-Fi users and readers. It would be a great way to honor your favorite veteran this week. Brick order forms are available at the library. Help keep your library doors swinging open.


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