Missing the library wifi? Well, we have good news. The Library WiFI is on and accessible outside the building. The network is named PUBLIC and no library card number is required.
PLEASE remember to use social distancing, you may even be able access the wifi from your car in the front parking spots.
Many people rely on public wifi to connect to the internet. Are there any other public hot spots in town that are available to use right now? While still keeping your distance of course.
When you are using the internet, consider accessing some of the digital resources Yolo County Library that are available.
- Visit the Yolo County Library website and checkout digital resources with your library card.
- A list of shelter in place online resource links
- Follow the Yolo County Library Facebook and the Yolo County Library Instagram accounts to participate in online activities for children and adults.
More Resources for You
|Spring into Reading! March 29 – April 30 |
Participate in an online community reading event at yolocountylibrary.beanstack.org. Enjoy some reading, then follow writing prompts to earn activity badges. Complete 10 badges to be entered into a prize drawing! Sign Up Now!
This program is sponsored by the Yolo County Library Foundation.
|Interested in history or languages?|
Yolo County Library has many resources, in English and Spanish, to help you learn and grow your knowledge: Archives Unbound, Yolo County Historical Collection, Pronunciator, USA Learns, Encyclopedia Britannica, Escolar, and much more! Get started here: https://yolocountylibrary.org/research/
If you have questions, please call Yolo County Library at: (530) 666-8005 on Monday-Fridays between 9 AM – 6 PM.
You may also visit our Frequently Asked Questions page for information about modified library services, programs and policies during our closure.