The Dublin Public Library is an open, welcoming, family-friendly place, committed to enriching lives and creating opportunity through the love of reading, the joy of learning, and by engaging with people of all ages and diversity to build an informed and thriving community.
The Library’s friendly staff is ready to help you find and enjoy books, movies, music, and more!
Dublin Library is operated by Alameda County Library, with additional funding from the City of Dublin. The Library opened in its current facility in April 2003. Circulation now surpasses 500,000 items a year. For information on account services including fines, lost cards, renewals, visit library accounts.
Friends of the Dublin Library
The Library has a thriving Friends organization offering financial and volunteer support. The Friends sponsor two book sales a year, publish a newsletter, sell promotional items, and promote the library during community events. The Friends always welcome new members. For more information, see their website at Friends of the Dublin Library.
Alameda County Library Master Plan
Alameda County Library is developing a master plan for library services and facilities over the next 10-20 years.
Please take the community survey and let us know what library services are important to you. The survey only takes five minutes to complete. We are committed to incorporating the voice of the community and value your input to help us shape the future vision of Alameda County Library.
Center for the 21st Century Skills and Learning
In partnership with Alameda County Library, the City of Dublin has renovated space in the Dublin Library to create a multipurpose learning center where the library can offer digital story time, gaming, coding classes, music and movement, arts programs, and classes for all ages. The 1850-square foot workspace, the Virginia S. Bennett Room, features wi-fi, wireless laptops, presentation equipment, and other high-tech amenities in order to feature traditional and cutting-edge Library programs.