The Western Sullivan Public Library (WSPL) is located in the beautiful foothills of the Catskill Mountains in western Sullivan County, NY. There are three branches that comprise the WSPL-the Jeffersonville Branch located in Jeffersonville; the Delaware Free Branch located in Callicoon; and the Tusten-Cochecton Branch located in Narrowsburg. WSPL is a member of the Ramapo Catskill Library System which allows all three libraries access to 47 libraries' collections and other resources in Sullivan, Orange, Rockland, and Ulster Counties.
The library offers regular programs every month, including knitting, crafting, reading, genealogy, and business groups, as well as a variety of programs for children and adults such as music, cooking, dance, yoga, homesteading, tastings, etc.
The Western Sullivan Public Library was the recipient of a Broadband Technology Opportunities Program (BTOP) grant in 2010 which was used to launch the Public Computer Center (PCC). The PCC provides free computer support services and instruction at all three branches of the library. From classes to one-on-one training, the PCC offers everything community members need to take advantage of today's technology.
The library is dedicated to providing materials, programs and a variety of services to promote the education, creativity and knowledge in the communities it serves. The library supports the private and professional sectors of the district as well as the artistic, educational and other interests of the communities. It is with great care that the library enhances its materials selection, program provision and technological advancement to encompass the communities’ diverse interests. The Western Sullivan Public Library is dedicated to equal access and the pursuit of knowledge through the power of information.