- Behavior Policy
- Computer Registration & Scheduling
- Display/Exhibit Policy
- Internet and Electronic Information Use Policy
- Kids in the Library: Safety Tips & Information
- Materials Selection and Access
- Meeting Rooms
Welcome to the Solano County Library! This is your place and we have something for everyone. That something includes the latest best sellers, movies and music, a rich collection of books on every subject you can imagine, reading programs for children, book discussion groups for all ages, computers with access to the Internet and electronic resources, computer training classes, homework help and interesting programs on topics of the day. Add to this mix a helpful staff, comfortable seating and a warm, welcoming place to come and you won’t want to leave once you get here. Read more.
The Solano County Library was established by the Board of Supervisors in 1914. The County Library resided in a number of locations until it moved to its first permanent home in Fairfield at the corner of Union and Texas streets in 1931 – now a historical gem located adjacent to the new County Administration Center. Over the years, the seven cities in the County joined, left, merged or affiliated with the Library. Read more.
Solano County Library offers its meeting rooms for rental as part of its mission to provide a “commons” for the community—a safe and inviting place for people to meet, interact, discuss, and work with others.
Start here and begin your database research today! The databases are free of charge to Solano County Library/SNAP consortium customers.