These videos will show you how to use the library from home.
Use your library card to borrow a free vehicle day-use pass for over 200 California State Parks!
Free tutoring for adults who want to improve their reading, writing, spelling and grammar skills. Share your love of reading by becoming a volunteer tutor.
Book Club in a Bag! Gives you tools to start your own book club or take your current book club to the next level.
A free service that brings library materials to you through the mail on a long-term or short-term basis if you have difficulty visiting the library.
3D printers are currently unavailable due to the continuing pandemic
Get access to 3D printers at the library. 3D printing allows individuals to participate in small manufacturing projects. The printers can be used to build objects from figurines to jewelry to household tools.
Offers adults the opportunity to earn an accredited high school diploma and career certificate online.
Free or discounted passes to local museum and cultural institutions. Learn more about how to use this service by reading this PDF document.
View a list of services that increase access for people with special needs or disabilities [pdf]. For Californians unable to read standard print, please go to https://pd.library.ca.gov to find your local braille and talking book library and sign up for free library service.
Specific branch services including public computers, Wi-Fi, printing, copying, and faxing can be found on the branch page.
Clarksburg, Davis, Esparto, and Winters locations’ community meeting rooms will be available for public use by non-profit groups. Read the Library’s Meeting Room Policy [PDF].
To check availability and request the room, please use our new online reservation system.
Information on West Sacramento’s Arthur F. Turner Library Community room can be found here.