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The Dublin Library is operated by Alameda County Library with additional funding from the City of Dublin. The Library opened its current facility in April 2003.
The Library includes access to a collection of books, dvds, audio books, music cds, newspapers and magazines, as well as online access to many research databases through its website.
- An ongoing book sale in the rotunda, sponsored by the Friends of the Dublin Library.
- An exhibit case for local displays.
- Two meeting rooms: The small Program Room and the larger Community Room, both of which may be booked through the City of Dublin by contacting the Parks and Community Services Department at 925-556-4500. Application
- Wireless Internet access
- Copy machines
- 40 public internet terminals with networked printing
- Public art
The Program Room at the Dublin Public Library is a 649-square-foot carpeted room with a kitchenette and windows that look out to the Dublin Sports Grounds. The room is equipped with a large whiteboard (applicants must provide their own whiteboard markers and whiteboard eraser). The kitchenette features a microwave, sink with disposal, and countertops
The Community Room is an 1,830-square foot rectangular, carpeted room with a kitchenette and window that looks out to Dublin Sports Grounds. The room is equipped with a built in PA system, VCR, video projection system with inputs for a laptop (applicants must provide their own laptop and VGA cable with male connectors on both ends), hearing-impaired devices, and a presentation screen that drops down from the ceiling. The kitchenette features a refrigerator, microwave, sink with disposal, and countertops. Use of the Library lobby is included with use of the Community Room for uses scheduled outside of the Library’s regular business hours (check for current Library schedule).
One of the walls has fabric for hanging items and includes a built-in dry-erase board. This is an outstanding facility for conducting meetings, trainings, seminars, or workshops.