Cloverdale Regional Library
The Cloverdale Library Advisory Board advises the Sonoma County Library Commission on issues affecting Cloverdale Regional Library. If you are interested in serving on a library advisory board, please contact your branch manager.
The Friends of the Cloverdale Library are an all-volunteer group that helps support Cloverdale Regional Library.
The library offers free printing during branch visits and a free ePrinting service. If you have documents that need to be printed in black and white and/or color the library will print them for you and have your printed materials waiting for pickup as part of our ePrinting service. The library offers up to $5 of free printing per day.
About Cloverdale Regional Library
There has been a library in Cloverdale since 1894, when a rental library was started in what was called Library Hall. When the building burned down in 1911, the Women’s Improvement Club stepped in and opened a library in one of the Citrus Fair buildings. The library was staffed by volunteers and relied on donations from the community. In 1921, the club began a campaign to build a combination library and clubhouse. Land was donated by the Humbert family and the Cloverdale Free Library was completed later that year. The attractive building can still be seen on Cloverdale Boulevard. In 1956, the City of Cloverdale joined the Sonoma County Library system. When a new building was needed, the Women’s Improvement Club sold their old building to raise money. The new building opened in 1979 and is the Cloverdale Regional Library that exists today.