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Amador County Library

Amador County Library - (209)223-6400
The Amador County Library is a service-oriented network of community libraries, a main library, branches, and outreach services providing books, information and other resources for people of all ages in our diverse communities.

The Amador County library card provides full service to the collections of the main library and its four branches. Books, magazines, videos, dvd's, audio books, internet access, online resources, newspapers, copy machine, typewriter, microfilm reader and much more...

Genealogy Services - Searching for your lost relatives? The library has many resources to assist you with your family research, including

Local History - Be sure to check out the local history section for additional information about Amador County, surrounding towns, and California. The library also houses a special mining collection.

Children's Programs - Weekly Story Time, and a Summer Reading Program in addiiton to special events like a Stuffed Animal Sleepover.

E-Books - Overdrive Next Generation Downloadable e-books - To take advantage of this service you will need an up-to-date Amador County Library card. This service is funded by The Friends of the Amador County Library.

Law Library and Legal Information Reference Center - If you are looking for informaiton pertaining to a certain law, legal case, or a legal form, the Amador County Law collection may be a good place to start. Library staff can help guide you to the right place.

Mango Languages - an online language learning system teaching actual conversation skills for a wide variety of languages. Funded by the Friends of the Amador County Library.

Learning Express Library - LearningExpress Library is an interactive online learning platform featuring over 770 practice tests, tutorials, and e-books related to job search and workplace skills improvement.

Social Study Fact Cards - a series of research resources designed for quick reference for students in grades 4 through 8.

GreenFILE - This site offers well-researched information covering all aspects of human impact to the environment.

NovelistPlus - Contains 600 hand-crafted Recommended Reads reading lists for adults, teens and kids covering both fiction and nonfiction genres and topics. Funded by the Friends of the Library.

The Amador County Main Branch Library is located at:
530 Sutter Street in Jackson, CA 95642
(between the True Value Hardware and the Jackson City Pool)

Four participating branches in Ione, Pine Grove, Pioneer, and Plymouth:

Ione Branch
25 East Main Street, Ione, CA 95640
(209) 274-2560

Pine Grove Branch
19889 HWY 88, Pine Grove, CA 95665
(209) 296-3111

Pioneer Branch
25070 Buckhorn Ridge Road, Pioneer, CA 95666
(209) 295-7330

Plymouth Branch
9375 Main Street, Plymouth, CA 95669
(209) 245-6476

Material may be renewed in person, online or by phone. Material may be returned at the branch it was borrowed or any of the libraries within the Amador County Library system.

To obtain a library card please provide a picture ID and proof of address, such as a piece of mail, bank statement, bill, rent receipt, etc. A library card will be issued on the same day you apply. The first time the new card is used you are limited to two items.

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