About the library
The novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak continues to accelerate globally, representing a serious public health threat for communities of all sizes. As a trusted community resource, the Sonoma County Library is committed to serving our community in this uncertain time.
Our library branches are closed, as we are committed to the health and safety of our community and our staff. Please do not return library materials to the branches. Keep and enjoy them, knowing that all due dates have been extended on all materials.
Also, donations to Friends of the Library book sales are suspended until further notice. We love your book donations, but cannot accept them at this time.
24/7 digital library
Our digital library never closes and you can go online to stream TV shows and movies, read or listen to electronic books, research your family history, learn a new language, or browse databases and other resources.
If you don’t have a library card, we can still help you. Click here to get a free library eCard and start your library journey.
COVID-19 (novel coronavirus) information and resources
We recommend that you be skeptical about unverified rumors circulating on social media and elsewhere, and rely on trusted government resources for accurate information on the pandemic.
We rely on these links for advice:
- County of Sonoma Department of Health Services
- Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
- Frequently asked questions about the coronavirus
- Business resources