Hours and Locations
Rio Vista Library
44 South Second Street
Rio Vista, CA 94571
|Monday||9:00 AM - 6:00 PM|
|Tuesday||9:00 AM - 8:00 PM|
|Wednesday||9:00 AM - 6:00 PM|
|Thursday||9:00 AM - 8:00 PM|
|Friday - Saturday||9:00 AM - 5:00 PM|
The June Rowan Room is available for community groups, both profit and not-for-profit, when not in use for library and literacy programming. Ask for the Policies and Procedures and charges at the Information Desk.
Friends of the Library
New and lightly used books sold whenever library is open. The Rio Vista Friends of the Library hold big sales in April and October. Check with library staff for guidelines of what is acceptable before donating books.
Use your personal computer or mobile device to print to the library’s printers from anywhere.
Please click here for wireless printing.
All devices are color printers/copiers with scanning function (can scan to USB flash drive and/or print from USB)
Each branch has one printer/copier that accepts credit cards (Visa, MC, AMEX, Disc), Apple Pay and Android Pay.
Black & white print/copy – 10 cents per page
Color print/copy – 50 cents per page
Scan to USB – free
- 9 public access computers
- 1 public printer
- 1 scanner
- Wireless Network
- 1 printer/copier
- 1 microfilm printer
Every public computer contains an Accessibility Wizard allowing customization for dexterity, hearing, and visual needs. Please ask a staff member for more information or assistance.
Taaren Samuelson, Supervising Librarian
Library service in Rio Vista began in October 1914. On January 16, 1993, the Rio Vista Library, housed in an historic 1896 building, was completely destroyed by fire. Funding for a new library building was made possible through city and county fire insurance proceeds, county facility fees and federal Library Services and Construction Act, Title II, funds. Public service continued using returned books along with materials from other branches, from temporary storefront quarters on Main Street. The groundbreaking ceremony on the same site, 44 South Second Street was on October 21, 1994. Then on November 27, 1995, three years of planning, community involvement and hard work came to fruition with the opening of a new Rio Vista Library. The tenth anniversary celebration was held in the library on Nov. 21, 2005.