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Merrimack Valley “Vision Zero” Survey

Our regional planning agency, Merrimack Valley Planning Commission (MVPC) received a federal grant to produce a regional “Vision Zero” plan, with an aim to plan for traffic safety improvements to be implemented throughout the region that could contribute to a goal of zero traffic related deaths in our region.

MVPC is seeking input from residents using a “Vision Zero Engagement Kiosk”

Visit the table next to New Books to provide your input!

Town of North Andover Community Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Survey

You’re invited to complete the Town of North Andover Community Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Survey.

The goals of the survey are to:

• Understand the barriers to access for community members;
• Identify language and communication needs for residents;
• Identify how to foster community engagement and participation;
• Review policies and procedures, and root causes which might inhibit community
engagement; and
• Identify opportunities for improvements in becoming a more inclusive town and better serve
all residents.

Click Here for the Survey (English)

Haga clic aquí para ver esta encuesta (español)

Clique aqui para acessar a pesquisa (português)

NEW! Drop-In Tech Help Hours

Do you have a new phone, tablet or other device? Or, one you would like learn more about it?

Drop-In Tech Help is available Mondays 10:30am – 12:30pm and Wednesdays 6pm – 8pmMeet in the library Reading Room for personalized technology assistance. Bring your device, laptop, tablet, smartphone, etc. and your questions! All skill levels welcome

OverDrive Log-in update

OverDrive now asks MVLC library patrons to enter their Library Card PIN when logging into the Libby app or on the OverDrive website. If you are not sure of your PIN or need assistance, please contact the Circulation Desk for assistance.   Call 978-688-9505 or email:

Stevens 24×7: read & listen from wherever …

Enjoy the many digital resources available to you using your Stevens library card, an internet connection, and a tablet, phone, laptop, or PC.  Use OverDrive for books, Freegal for music, or click on E-library on to find more: magazines, newspapers,  encyclopedias, and language courses. Keep scrolling to find cooking and recipes, hobbies and crafts instructions, or instruction through self-paced video lessons from music and artistic professionals. How to find or use questions: email:

Employment Support: searching, resume prep, interview skills and more

Visit the Employment Support page to assist in job searches, resume prep, and career and business development. The page is accessible at home, all you need is your library card number and pin. Check out the page by clicking here. Continued »

Don’t have a library card? Sign-up now!

Don’t have a library card? Visit the Library during its open hours or send an email to . Include your full name, North Andover address, and a phone number.  A library staff member will respond when available to get you started using the Library’s many resources.

Reading Recommendations

Not sure what to read next? Fill out a Reader Request for personalized book recommendations, for all ages. Indicate your preferred format: print and audiobooks, e-books and e-audiobooks. You should receive a follow up within 2 days and provide you with at least 3 titles.

Library news: pick your method

Add Stevens to one of your regular news methods to receive the latest Library information.  Follow the Library on FaceBook, Twitter, or email news via the website (sign up on the main page.) Library events are also found on the channel Bulletinboard.  Recorded programs are available on our Youtube channel.  And, you’re always welcome to call the Library when it’s open: the Reference Desk, ext. 42016.   Look for “StevensMemLib” whatever source you use (there’s another Stevens Memorial in Ashburnham, MA).