Welcome to the New Library Website!

The look is new, but the Main Menu and page content closely follows our previous site, and virtually nothing has been eliminated.

New Library WebsiteFinding Books, DVDs, and more:
To find materials owned by Richmond Memorial Library or other libraries in the Nioga Library System, use the Search Box at the top of every page, leaving it set to its default category of "Library Catalog" (please note that this takes you away from our site, to the Nioga catalog).  To search our website itself, select "This Website."  To search both, select "Everything."

Your Library Account:
Click the yellow "My Account" button in the top right corner to request or renew items, to see what’s currently checked out to you and due dates, and more (please note that this takes you to the Nioga Library System site, which coordinates your patron record).

Main Menu:
The website is fully “responsive,” resizing to properly display content on any viewing device, whether computer, tablet, or smartphone.  In PC view, the Main Menu spans a blue bar beneath the Search Box.  In Mobile view, the menu is initially hidden to save space; click the "hamburger" (three stacked white lines) in the upper right corner to reveal it.

  • About -- Library background including mission and history, policies, staff and board listings, and information about the Friends of the Library.

  • Departments -- Adults, Children, Teens, and Library Visits (formerly SAGE, our outreach program) each have their own section, with information about services, programs, and links to resources.

  • Events – Library programs and events for adults, children, and teens, which can be viewed in either item view or calendar view.
  • Digital Library (called E-library on the old site) -- Categorized, annotated listings of our streaming and downloadable collections as well as traditional databases covering numerous topics: newspapers and magazines, genealogy, language learning, motor vehicle repair, and encyclopedias and reference.  Most of these resources will require your library card number to access from outside the library.

  • Read/Listen/View -- Frequently updated lists of new items, tools to help you decide what to read next, and how to suggest an item for the library’s collection.

  • Local History – Extensive resources including newspapers and obituaries, cemetery records, Genesee County and Batavia sources, and much more.

  • How Do I…? – A new feature, this is a Help guide for answering common questions.

Have a problem, concern, or comment?  Email the webmaster at webbtv@nioga.org.