What do libraries and parks have in common? Aside from being century-old institutions, they embody the values of education, exploration, and inclusivity. That's why we've partnered with the East Bay Regional Park District (EBRPD) to bring you Discover & Explore.
Alameda County Library
CELEBRATING 70 YEARS OF BOOKMOBILE SERVICE
Join us in the Big Library Read, an international reading program connecting millions of readers around the world simultaneously with an eBook or audiobook through the library.
Alameda County Library is bringing you new and improved hold slips beginning March 5, 2018.
The newly designed hold slips protect your privacy and are easier to find.
We're proud to be the first Bay Area Library to provide the SimplyE App to our patrons. SimplyE is a new app that gives A
The Digital Bookmobile National Tour is making a stop at the Fremont Library from 11 am – 5 pm on Friday, February 16, 2018. Join us on board the Digital Bookmobile for a fun and interactive experience for library lovers of all ages. Equipped with interactive workstations, touchscreen activities, devices to sample titles and more, the Digital Bookmobile has everything a reader needs.
Write to Read (WTR) is a literacy program that raises teens’ reading comprehension levels up 6 grades. On average, teens enter the program with a 5th-grade reading level and by the end of the program, they reach an 11th-grade reading level. Students depart the program scoring at a level that prepares them to tackle high-school level reading and gives them an opportunity to further pursue education and employment goals.
Alameda County Library is going paperless when it comes to notifying patrons about the status of library materials.
Alameda County Library welcomes Deb Sica in her new leadership role as Deputy County Librarian.
We’re pleased to announce changes to our holds policy that will allow patrons to get high-demand items as quickly as possible.