Geneva Public Library

860 Sherman Street
Geneva, OH 44041

440-466-4521

History:

Geneva Free Public Library was secured in 1910 with funds from Andrew Carnegie and the Platt R. Spencer Memorial Association. Prior to that date, library service for the Geneva area had been housed in several locations around Geneva dating back to approximately 1830. An addition was added in 1939. In 1955, the Geneva Public Library joined the Ashtabula County District Library system. An elevator and new restrooms were added in 1984. A new addition was added in 1989 to house the County Bookmobile. In May 1995, a bond issue was passed by the citizens in the Geneva Area City School District to construct a new Geneva Library. This new facility is located on Sherman Street and opened in June of 1997.

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