About The Library
Located in California's eastern San Joaquin Valley, Tulare
County is an agriculturally rich region and one of the top
agricultural producers in the nation. Sequoia National Park
and the Mineral King, Golden Trout and Domeland
Wilderness areas lie within the County’s boundaries.
Tulare County offers an active lifestyle with recreational
and cultural activities including theater, music, and sports.
Established in 1910 by the Board of Supervisors, the Tulare
County Library provides library services to all citizens
through 17 branch libraries, 4 book machines, and an
online presence. The Library is member of the
San Joaquin Valley Library System, a cooperative network
of ten public library jurisdictions in California's Central Valley.
Library Mission Statement:
"The Tulare County Library strives to enrich the lives of all users by meeting the informational, recreational, self-educational and cultural needs of the community in a welcoming atmosphere. Through a trained, service-oriented staff, we provide organized collections of current-interest materials and access to additional resources through participation in cooperative library systems. We endeavor to fulfill our commitment to the future by providing stimulating materials and programs that encourage lifelong learning for all."
County Librarian: Darla Wegener
Deputy County Librarian: Florencia Wright