"Your Doorway to the Past, the Present, and the Future"

Phone 516-221-1334

2234 Jackson Ave

Seaford, NY 11783-2691


Fax 516-826-8133

The Library will be closed on Monday, January 16th for Martin Luther King Day. The next meeting of the Board of Trustees will be Monday, February 13th at 7pm. The public is welcome.







Oral History Project Inspired by StoryCorp

Help Keep Seaford’s Rich History Alive and Leave a Legacy for Future Generations!         

  • Did you grow up in Seaford?  Do you remember the last of the farms or the L.I.R.R. before it was elevated?
  • Have you been working or living in the community and feel connected to Seaford?
  • Were you part of the Seaford community that was affected by Superstorm Sandy?
  • Did you or your family make a living off the Bay?

If so, we would love to hear YOUR story!

Inspired by StoryCorp, a national program designed to help public libraries across the country collect the stories of their communities, long-term residents will be asked to share their recollections of historic Seaford, and those affected by Superstorm Sandy will be recounting their experiences throughout this recent extreme weather to life and preserved for future generations. If you or someone you know would like to participate, please contact the Reference
Desk at 221-1334.

The Seaford Public Library can now accept book donations in our new book drop from Better World Books. This book drop is located in the south side entrance to the library.  The books are sold, and a portion of the proceeds will be donated to the Friends of the Library.

**This book drop is for donations only; do not return Library materials in this book drop.**


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 Click here for the Children's Facebook page

 Click here for the Teen Department Facebook page 


Check out the Nassau Public Libraries Mobile App

  • Search library resources
  • View events and programs
  • Manage your library account

Search for movies, books and video games; audio and ebooks can be downloaded directly to a mobile device for instant access. App compatible with Apple and Android devices. Available for download free of charge. For assistance in downloading and setting up the Library app, please call the Reference Desk at 516 221-1334.