Business Services

The Ridgefield Library provides a range of support, resources and information for individuals and businesses. Take advantage of these resources for your personal needs, or turn to us to help launch, sustain and grow your small and home-based business.

Contact: Adult Service Desk 203-438-2282 x12004,

We’re Here To Help

Reference professionals available in person, by phone or via e-mail to assist in your research.  Have a question?  Just ask.

Inter-Library Loan Service

Books and magazine articles not in our collection may be obtained from libraries around the country; small copying fee for articles may be charged by lending institution.

We’re Your Office Away from Home

Computers - Public workstations with black & white and color printers and popular personal productivity software (Microsoft Word, Excel, Publisher and PowerPoint).

Desk-top publishing software - When paired with our color scanner, perfect for creating brochures and other promotional materials.

Fax machine and color scanner - Outgoing fax service only.  Easy to use - only $1.00 per page for faxing; no charge for scanning to file or email.

Internet access - Public workstations with printers and high-speed access to the Internet.

Wi-Fi network available throughout the building. Bring your wireless-ready laptop and log on. Wirelss printing also available.

Photocopiers - Our copy machines can collate, duplex and copy up to size 11 x 17. Sorry, black and white only. 20 cents per page.

Learning Opportunities

Seminars, workshops, lectures and other programs related to business development and management, employment and career advice and more. 

Click here to see any upcoming programs in our Skillsbox: Tools for Business Success series cosponsored by the Library, Ridgefield Chamber of Commerce and Western Connecticut SCORE.

Learning Express Library exam prep program for real estate license and other certifications. online video learning resource offering more than 3,400 video courses covering a wide range of commercial software, business skills, computer programming and web development, creative and technical skills.

Additional Resources

Business, employment and tax forms available to download or photocopy.

Connecticut economic information from The Connecticut Economy: a University of Connecticut Quarterly Review and Connecticut Town and City (Connecticut Conference of Municipalities)

Ready Reference, including encyclopedias, atlases, almanacs, dictionaries, Who’s Who, phone books & city directories, etc.

See our Business & Finance and Careers & Jobs reference pages for books, periodicals, reference materials, databases and recommended websites on a variety of related topics