The NYC Neighborhood Library Awards recognize and reward public libraries for being the unsung heroes of New York.
Every year, thousands of New Yorkers nominate their local libraries for the chance to win a NYC Neighborhood Library Award. The Awards honor extraordinary libraries by providing five grand prize winners with $20,000 each and five additional finalists with $10,000 each. The 2017 nomination period closes March 13th, 2017.
WINNERS OF 2015-16 NYC NEIGHBORHOOD LIBRARY AWARDS ANNOUNCED!
On June 6th, six grand prize winners- the Arverne Library, Glen Oaks Library, Inwood Library, Jerome Park Library, Morrisania Library, and Sunset Park Library- were announced at the NYC Neighborhood Library Awards ceremony.
Click here to read more about the winners!
June 7, 2016
10 FINALISTS ANNOUNCED ON WNYC'S BRIAN LEHRER SHOW
WNYC's Brian Lehrer Show announced the 10 finalists for the 3rd annual NYC Neighborhood Library Awards, supported by the Stavros Niarchos Foundation and Charles H. Revson Foundation. Click here to read our press release and find out more about the finalists!
April 12, 2016
In September 2013, the five winners of the 2013 NYC Neighborhood Library Awards were announced. Learn more about the Awards process and view photos from the Awards ceremony.
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During the NYC Neighborhood Library Awards' nomination period, thousands of New Yorkers submitted stories about what their neighborhood libraries mean to them.