Curbside Services now available at all SCCLD Libraries. (Read More

All SCCLD Libraries remain closed to the public until further notice (Read more).  Ask Us: Account Questions, or Ask a Librarian

Keeping You Safe. Keeping You Informed.

Keeping You Safe. Keeping You Informed

Important Information from the Library

The safety of library patrons and staff is Santa Clara County Library District’s top priority, and due to the COVID-19 situation, our libraries are closed and Bookmobile services suspended until a time that warrants reopening. We hope that you are safe, healthy and following the instructions from the Public Health Department.

Don’t forget, our online library is available to you 24/7 from the comfort of your home or anywhere you have an internet connection.

Curbside Service Is Now Available

Curbside Service is available at all eight Library locations Monday-Saturday, 1pm-5pm, and offers the following three contactless services:

Curbside Holds Pickup
Staff will deliver your holds to the trunk of your car.
Walkup Holds Pickup
Staff will leave your holds on a table outside the library.
Library Returns
You can return library materials into special bins.

How Do I Schedule to Pick Up Holds?

  1. Place items on hold* at sccld.org or call (408) 540-3947 for assistance.
  2. Once you receive confirmation that your holds are available, make an appointment at sccld.org/curbside or call us at (408) 540-3947.
  3. Visit the library during your appointment time to pick up your holds. Enjoy!

* If you’ve already received confirmation that your holds are available, skip step 1.

Summer Reading has Arrived!

Dig Deeper: Read, Investigate, Discover is the theme for Summer Reading Program 2020.  Dig below the surface and discover everything from the science of everyday things, to envisioning the future, discovering other cultures, peering into nature and the environment, delving into the unknown and exploring a treasure of knowledge!  Join us for an exciting array of online programs for children, teens, and adults!

Sign up today—Read 5 books and complete some fun discovery and investigation activities between June 1 – July 31 and earn a prize.

Lunch at the Library

SCCLD will be offering Lunch at the Library starting Monday, June 8.  Prepackaged grab and go meals (2 per person) will be available for children ages 2-18 and their caregivers at the following locations:

  • Gilroy Library:  Mon, Wed, Fri from 12-1pm
  • Morgan Hill Library: Mon, Wed, Fri from 11am-1pm

Now Available from the Online Library

Resources for Job and Career Development

Read, Watch, Listen and Relax

The library has a robust collection of:

Don't have a Library Card - Get one Online

If you do not have a library account with us and live within Santa Clara County, you can apply for an eCard from the website.  If approved, the eCard gives you instant access to the entire online library.

Holds and Returns

  • Current holds on physical materials will be available through Curbside Services. New holds are now being accepted.
  • Special book bins are available at all libraries during curbside service hours (Monday through Saturday from 1-5 p.m.) for returning materials. Please do not use the traditional book drop-off bins and do not leave returns on the walkup table.
  • Due dates have been extended and there are currently no late fines on items returned.
  • Please note, returns will be removed from your account after 3-4 days to allow the return items to go through a 72-hour quarantine before processing.

Donations

The library is not currently accepting book donations at this time.   Learn more about how you can support the Library District and associated Library support groups.

Stay Informed from Official Sources

Stay informed. Information is changing frequently. Check and subscribe to Public Health's website and social media pages: Public Health Website: http://sccphd.org/coronavirus

For important information about COVID-19 please visit:

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

SCC Public Health

World Health Organization (WHO)

Thank you for your understanding and cooperation.

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