Tracy Branch Library
20 E. Eaton Ave.
Tracy, CA 95376 Map
About The Library
The Tracy Branch Library offers a circulating collection of library materials in English, Spanish, Hindi, and Punjabi.
We also offer computer workstations for general and internet use, printing, and free Wi-Fi service. Newspapers are available for browsing and magazines are available for checkout.
The library also has a reference collection, self-service Xpress checkout machines, a book magnifier, and a copy machine.
Our Weekly Programs:
|Beg. Chapter Bookclub||Mondays||3:00pm|
|Easy Reader Bookclub||Mondays||3:30pm|
|Tween Bookclub||monthly||check calendar|
|Video Game Day||monthly||check calendar|
Event Picture Gallery
||Gatka||Cal Skyhawk||Holiday Cake Pops|
Legos [Children's Display Case]
Daffodil Day/Cancer Awareness [Lobby Display Case]
Persian New Year [Lobby Display Case]
There are two bookdrops stationed outside of the library for after hours returns. During library hours materials must be returned inside of the library.
Donating Books/The Friends of the Tracy Library Booksale
You may donate materials to the library during open hours. All materials should be placed in the large bins in the lobby. The library accepts books, magazines, and media. Donated materials may be added to our collection for circulation or sold in our Tracy Friends of the Library booksale.
The Tracy Friends help support the library by purchasing materials and funding programs. The booksale is located in the Wadsworth Room and is open during library hours.
You may also donate funds directly to the library.
If you are between the ages of 14 and 17, you may pick up a volunteer application at the checkout desk. All volunteers must be willing to commit to at least three months of service. Adults who want to volunteer are welcome to contact the SSJCPL Literacy Services or the Tracy Friends of the Library.
City of Tracy: City of Tracy, Tracy City Council minutes and City Planning documents are available in the library
History: Books, etc., Tracy Historical Museum, Local History collection and Tracy Press microfilm [1909-current] available in the the library
Newspaper: Tracy Press