Cesar Chavez Central Library
605 N. El Dorado St
Stockton, CA 95202-1907 Map
About the library
The Cesar Chavez Library offers a circulating collection of library materials in English. Other circulating materials are available in Spanish, Chinese, Hmong, Khmer, Vietnamese, Japanese and Filipino.
We also offer over 20 computer workstations with Microsoft Office 2002 (Word, Excel and PowerPoint) and Internet use, two Microsoft Word dedicated computers, six computers for children under the age of 12, printing, and free Wi-Fi service.
Newspapers and magazines are available for browsing.
The library also has a reference collection, five self-service express checkout machines, a book magnifier, four copy machines and four microfilm reader/printers.
There are typewriters available on a first come-first served basis.
There is one bookdrop that is open when the library is closed. It is located near the downstairs library entrance on Oak Street underneath the stairs.
If you have a personal collection or your club has a special display to show, the Cesar Chavez Library has a space where you can share them.
There are three display spaces for reserve at the library for public use.
Children's Area: locked case
Adult Area (downstairs): locked case
Adult Area (downstairs): open wall display
To reserve any of the above displays, contact Panteha at email@example.com
Sister Cities Exhibit - Second Floor near elevator
Card Wall - Second Floor against the west wall
Donating Books to the Library
You may donate materials to the library by going to the Friends of the Library bookstore located at 1724 W. Hammer Lane in Stockton during their regular business hours:
Monday & Tuesday: 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Wednesday, Friday & Saturday: 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Thursday & Sunday: CLOSED
Any persons 14 and above wishing to volunteer at the library can go to either the Storage Desk or the upstairs Reference Desk to pick up an application. All volunteers must be willing to commit to at least three months of service (2-4 hours per week).