We have expanded our services to you! Click here for more information.
Expanded Services Update
Cooper-Siegel Community Library and Sharpsburg Community Library have lifted some of the restrictions that were put in place to help keep our staff and patrons safe during the pandemic. Please read our updated FAQs to find out what services are available as of June 1st.
Masks are highly recommended for those who have not been fully vaccinated and for those who are visiting our Children’s and Teen areas, but are not required. Thank you for your consideration!
Fox Chapel Parking Permit Online Form
The dog park application has moved online! Please fill out this form. Stop into the library after to pay for and get your sticker. You can also call us at 412-828-9520 x5015 to pay with a credit card and we can mail your sticker. When you come in to pay, we accept cash, check (made out to Cooper-Siegel or credit card. You can also stop into the library and we’ll fill out the online form with you. Please note: all lots that require parking permits are posted with signs. They are: Riding Meadow Park, Lockhart Trail parking area off Hemlock Hollow Road, and the parking area opposite Hardie Valley Park on Old Mill Road. If you plan to walk your dog in any of these parks, you must purchase a parking permit and park in one of these designated areas.
Access the New York Times online for free!
Enjoy full access to The New York Times, compliments of Cooper-Siegel Community Library. Read at the library or anywhere else. Create a free NYTimes account and then start exploring today. To make it really easy, download the NYTimes app on your phone! The NYTimes is an essential source for fearless reporting, varied perspectives and practical advice on nearly every topic — from the vital issues shaping our world to the simple pleasures that make everyday life better. Click HERE to start reading.
Events and Programs!
We have lots of virtual programs you can enjoy from home. Click here for our event calendar.
Summer Learning Program 2021
Our Summer Learning Challenge encourages people of all ages to read, explore, and connect this summer. Earn points for reading and completing activities. Research suggests that kids and teens who read books that they have chosen over the summer are more likely to strengthen their reading proficiency. Research also suggests that reading reduces stress and helps keep your brain healthy. Our Summer Learning Challenge encourages everyone in our community to keep their bodies and minds healthy by reading. Click the link below for more information
2020-21 Spanish Immersion Capstone Project