San Lorenzo Library, established in 1910, is the Alameda County Library’s oldest branch. San Lorenzo Library serves the communities of San Lorenzo, Ashland and Cherryland. The current library building was built in 1968 and nearly doubled in size in 2015.
Books, DVDs, CDs, and recorded books are available for checkout. You may also consult Library staff or find out about the Library’s schedule of exciting programs tailored to the San Lorenzo community. The Library offers public-use computers and online access to specialized databases on business, health, homework-related topics, and more.
San Lorenzo Library features a lively program of services and a wonderful environment for youth. In partnership with the San Lorenzo Unified School District, the Library operates Homework Central, Monday through Thursday 3:15 to 5:15 p.m., open to all school-age children. High School volunteers provide homework assistance and an adult instructor supervises the use of laptop computers.
The Library also offers programs, community information, and materials of special interest to adults of all ages. Call 510-284-0640, drop by, or explore the resources on our website at http://www.aclibrary.org.