SCCLD community libraries have new service hours, including mornings, starting Monday, July 12!
Many of our locations open at 10 a.m. on most days, giving patrons an additional 18 hours a week to browse the full collection of books, movies and music, or use the public computers and printers. Our meeting rooms are also available by reservation.
Our new, expanded hours are as follows:
Cupertino, Milpitas, Los Altos and Saratoga Libraries Monday - Saturday, 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.
This resource has the series information for over 36,000 titles and users can view the information by series title, subject, book title and author.
Check it out today!
TEENS AND ADULTS
Get Crafty With Us
Santa Clara County teens are invited to stop by their home library and pick up weekly Grab & Go Craft Bags.
Each week’s bag features a different craft with instructions and supplies included. All bags will be handed out on a first-come, first-served basis, and are for patrons ages 13-18.
Then, share a picture of your finished craft to our Teen Art Gallery. We enjoy seeing your creations!
Add to Our Collection
Help add to our library collection! Our newly revamped Suggest a Purchase form is available in your Library Account.
These video tutorials can help guide you through the process. If approved, staff will automatically place a hold on the item for you.
Library staff reviews and evaluates each request based on the Santa Clara County Library District Material Selection Policy. The average request takes two to four weeks to process.
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We Appreciate Your Input!
We want to thank you for taking a few minutes to fill out our Survey on Library Resources and Services.
Your input helps us gain better insight into how we can ensure we are adapting to best meet your needs now and in the future.
AlertSCC Notification System
With high temperatures and fire season upon us, make sure to sign up for the County’s official emergency alert and notification system, AlertSCC.
Get alerts sent directly to your cell phone or mobile device, landline or email. Alerts include fire, earthquake, severe weather, a crime incident that affects your neighborhood and instructions during a disaster.
If you live in Santa Clara County and do not have a library card with the Santa Clara County Library District (SCCLD), or would like additional household members to have their own library accounts, the instant free eCard is for you.
On a temporary basis during the COVID-19 crisis, eCards are available to all residents who live within Santa Clara County with a valid residential mailing address (P.O. Box not accepted).