Welcome to Placer County Library!
Find the FUN this Summer @ Your Library! Activity logs now available. Programs start in June.
News to Know
NEW: Auto Service & Repair Resource
AutoMate: Your source for up-to-date auto service and repair information. Features: step-by-step repair procedures, wiring diagrams, engineering specifications, labor estimates, parts pricing, technical service bulletins, and more.
NEW: Ancestry Library Edition (In-Library access only)
The largest online family history resource available is now accessible within all Placer County Library locations. Come into your nearest location to gain access to billions of historical records from around the world such as census, vital, immigration, passport, military records and more.
Placer Adult Literacy Services Needs You!
Current need is for Volunteer Placer County Tutors in the Rocklin and Granite Bay Libraries. Visit PALS for details.
Book Club for Adults
Meets every 4th Wednesday, 4:00-5:00 p.m, Beecher Room. Visit Events for details. (Click the 'Adults' tab under Auburn's listings)
Free Website Helps Adults Learn English Online
Teaches English and prepares people to become U.S. citizens by providing engaging videos and educational activities. Built by the Sacramento County Office of Education.
New eBook App!
Libby is a new one-tap reading app for borrowing digital books and audiobooks from Library To Go (OverDrive). View the: Libby Getting Started Guide for details.
See the Bookmobile on Fox 40!
Take a peek inside with Branch Manager Michael McCurdy: Bookmobile video (view in Firefox or Chrome)
What's Your Library Worth?
Find out how much you would have to pay for the library materials and services you use if you had to purchase them. Try out the Library Calculator now!
"Zinio for Libraries" is now RB digital
New name. New look. New App. Same great magazines. To get the new app, go to your app store and download the new RBdigital app. To read magazines on your desktop computer, visit: RBdigital here. For more e-resources, visit Download Digital Media .
Book Return Bins at Meadow Vista Park
Did you know we have 2 book returns located in front of the Meadow Vista Community Center? Library Materials will be picked up by Library staff Wednesday and Saturday and posted to your account on pick up days.