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Hours and Locations

Suisun City Library
601 Pintail Drive
Suisun City, CA 94585
1-866-572-7587 (1-866-57-ASKUS)


Holiday Schedule

Art installation in Suisun City Library.

Meeting Room

The Meeting room has a capacity of 70, and is equipped with presentation technology.

Study Room

The study room can accommodate up to 6 people for a 1 hour period of time. Same day reservations can be made by calling 1-866-57ASKUS.


Every public computer contains an Accessibility Wizard allowing customization for dexterity, hearing, and visual needs.  The Branch also has an adaptive keyboard and optical trackball available.  Please ask a staff member for more information or assistance.

Friends of the Library

Suisun City Library has a small Friends of the Library bookrack and can accept donations of books in small amounts.

Wireless Printing

Use your personal computer or mobile device to print to the library’s printers from anywhere.
Please click here for wireless printing.

The Children's Library in Suisun City Library.

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


  • 26 public access computers
  • 1 scanner
  • 2 printers/copiers
  • Wireless Network


  • 2 photocopier

Print your documents at this library

  1. Send a print job to us from anywhere.
  2. Pick up your print at the Library.

Get the PrinterOn App for your mobile device.
Android App | IOS App

The Suisun City Library serves as both a public library and school library for Suisun Elementary School.

Branch Head

Supervising Librarian

Branch History

In 1992 the Suisun City Library opened in a 5,400 square foot space, tucked away on the second floor of an office building. Despite its unusual location, it was a popular destination for families, seniors and students from the many schools in the surrounding area. The library bustled in a space shared by children’s storytimes, teens on computers and book lovers browsing for their next great read. The Suisun City Library issued almost 3500 library cards in the first year of service and checked out over 150,000 library items. It quickly became apparent that the space was too small for its usage.

When the City entered into a 5-year lease for the space, it was with the intent of finding funding for a permanent location and the leased space was just a stop gap measure. Up until then,library services had been provided by the Fairfield library, through a joint powers agreement and bookmobile stops. However, both the City Council and Board of Supervisors agreed the population had grown to a size to warrant a library located in the City with regular hours and services.

Hard times for state and local governments in the 1990s made it difficult to find the money to build a new facility. Within the County Library system, hours were reduced at all branch libraries, including the new library. In 1998, Solano voters approved an 1/8th of a cent increase in the local sales tax to restore library services throughout the county. As a result, Suisun City Library’s hours increased along with other services. Meanwhile, the City continued to search for opportunities to fund a new library.

In 2005, that opportunity came. Talks among the Fairfield-Suisun Unified School District, Suisun City, the City’s Redevelopment Agency and County Library staff led to the concept of a joint use, public and school library. In 2007 a four-party library service agreement was signed. The library was built on City land donated to the District, with the County, District and Redevelopment Agency providing the capital from different funding sources to build the facility which the District owns. This agreement formed a true partnership in terms of funding and operations. After 16 years in a temporary location, the library had finally found a home.

The new Suisun City Library embodies an innovative use of public space. Built adjacent to Suisun Elementary School, it serves as both a public and schoollibrary. In addition to doubling the square footage of the former space, the new library features a study room, community meeting room and a 15-seat computercenter. The meeting room will host library programs as well as serve as an “inlibrary” classroom by day and community meeting room at night. Students can enter the children’s section of the library directly from the school through a secure entrance reserved for their use during the school day. The library’s collection of books, movie DVDs, recorded books and other materials combine the breadth of the public library’s collection with materials that are specially chosen for Suisun Elementary School students as well as other students in the City. The partnership also makes possible students’ access to online tutors and 20 research databases.

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