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Mendocino County Library

The Mendocino County Library, along with its branches, is a free, public library. With a library card, anyone may borrow materials, order books, use the public access computers, or use the databases for magazines and newspapers.

Library Administration

TBD – County Librarian & Cultural Services Agency Director

880 N. Bush St.
Ukiah, CA 95482
Phone: (707)234-2875

Business Office Hours:
880 N. Bush St.
Ukiah, CA 95482
Monday through Friday
8:00 am to 5:00 pm
(707)234-2875

MENDOCINO COUNTY LIBRARY DISTRICT
LIBRARY ADVISORY BOARD

The Library Advisory Board (LAB) reports and makes recommendations to the Mendocino County Board of Supervisors on Mendocino County Library policies; provides citizen oversight of Measure A tax funds; and advocates on behalf of MCL programs and services.

The public is welcome to attend the LAB Board meetings which are held on the third Wednesday every other month.  Meetings begin at 1 PM.  Locations of meetings rotate, with the May meeting always held at the Round Valley Library. Please contact Library Administration for more information.

Current Board Members

Dolly Riley, District 1, Vice Chair
Lynn Zimmermann, District 2, Chair
Shawn Haven, District 3
Janice Marcell, District 4
Michael Schaeffer, District 5

Carolyn Schneider, City of Fort Bragg
Larry Riddle, City of Point Arena
Olga O’Neill, City of Willits, Secretary
Maureen Mulheren, City of Ukiah

The Mission of the Mendocino County Library is to:

  • Provide materials to the general public for education and recreation
  • Inspire lifelong learners to further their knowledge
  • Enrich the lives of the patrons by offering materials that are not commonly available to the individual
  • Assess the needs of the community to provide current and adequate resources for their specific community needs
  • Prepare a budget and long-range plan for future services and adhere to its guidelines
  • Encourage an atmosphere that promotes the exchange of ideas while valuing diversity
  • Promote the teaching of reading and information literacy to patrons of all ages

Links

Mendocino County Library Policies and Procedure

 

 

    

                

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