The San Luis Obispo County Library was established in 1919 under authority of the County Free Library Act. The Library is a San Luis Obispo County department operating under the authority of the County Board of Supervisors. Today the library provides service to residents of 6 of the 7 incorporated cities and the unincorporated areas of San Luis Obispo County, a service area that extends over 3,000 square miles. The Library offers circulation of books, magazines, newspapers, government publications, and other special publications, and also offers downloadable media of all types.
The mission of the County of San Luis Obispo Public Libraries is to connect the community to knowledge, culture, and creativity through exceptional service.
For more information about Library Services, please visit our website.
Grant funds from the Garbagemens’ Association will go towards more library improvements.
Community is invited to build a Reading Garden with SLO County Master Gardeners and SLO County Food Bank
Patrons can “shop” for books and more from a smartphone using the myLIBRO mobile library app.
September is Library Card Signup Month, and the County of San Luis Obispo Public Libraries wants to remind residents about the value of a library card.
Library Foundation releases funds from $2.6 million bequest