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Curbside Pickup is availableMonday through Thursday, 1pm-6pmandSaturday 9am-1pm
Curbside Pickup is available for current physical library card holders whose account is in good standing. If you have a balance due, you must pay this before you can pick up any held items. Payments can be made online through the My Account link on the library website. For the safety of our staff, we will not be able to process payments at curbside and you will be asked to pay your balance separately from the curbside service. Curbside Pickup is not available for e-Card Holders.
Anyone may pick up your items, but they must present your library card or have your library card number in order to pick up your items. Staff will not release items to those without a library card number.
You can reserve most titles online or over the phone. There is no fee for this service. Once your hold is available, you will be notified. You will have 7 days to pick up your item(s). After 7 days, your item(s) will be placed back on the shelves. You may only reserve and pickup Woodland items.
All items currently held will remain on the holds shelf until at least June 30th, or one week after our libraries reopen. You will not lose your place in line.
Please call 530-661-5980 during curbside pick-up hours to cancel your holds.
All Materials: 6 weeks with no fines.
You may renew your items online or over the phone (530-661-5980). To renew online, login to your account. You may renew items if no one else has requested them, and if the renewal limit has not been reached.
You may only return items via the outside book drop, which has 24 hour access. All items are placed in quarantine for 96 hours before being placed back on shelves. Please allow 96 hours before your account will show your items as returned.
LINK+ items can now be returned to the book drop.
In order to ensure the safety of our staff and customers, we are placing all returned items into quarantine for 96 hours before checking those items in. Your items should be marked returned shortly after that time period.
All staff members are required to wear gloves, a face mask and will practice social distancing from other staff members and members of the public during the curbside service. All items checked back into Woodland Public Library during this time are placed in a 96-hour quarantine before being placed back on shelves.
We are offering walk-up service, please call on arrival.
Yes. Our outside book drop will remain open. Library staff will check in any items put in the outside book drop. All books are placed in quarantine for 96 hours before being placed back on shelves.
Reliable information sources include Yolo County Public Health and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
We gratefully accept gently used books, audiobooks, and magazines.
A makerspace is an area dedicated to education through creation where users can imagine, explore, and collaborate in hands-on learning, design, and production. The Makerspace Movement has gained momentum in recent years worldwide as a creative, collaborative space outside home, school, and work to explore and learn. This movement aligns with the library's mission to provide education and literacy to the community. "Libraries have always been on the forefront of providing public access to emerging technology that isn't readily available to most consumers," stated Greta Galindo, Woodland Public Library Director.
The name of the space, 745.5 Square One, refers to the Dewey Decimal classification (how the library sorts nonfiction books) for ‘handcrafts' (745.5) and to the place people return when they need to rethink an idea or try again (Square One).
Square One will provide the opportunity for patrons to learn important skills that can be used in the workforce-from drafting and design to the hands-on work of crafting circuit boards. Square One is designed to be a modular space to bring together the community to share knowledge and collaboratively problem solve. The central design hub, sponsored by Sunrise Rotary, consists of a dozen laptops and 8 work tables that can be rearranged for classes, large projects, or smaller group work. Surrounding the design hub are 5 work areas:
These areas have all been created to be flexible spaces that can expand or contract as classes, presentations, and use require.
Square One's opening marks the culmination of two years of work, planning, construction, and collaboration with numerous organizations. This project was funded through Measure E and J funds, and the generous financial support of:
The Woodland Public Library thanks our generous community for their support of Square One.
The possibilities are endless!
There are 6 maker areas in Square One with the following equipment:
Please view our Calendar to see what classes are available to take.
All city residents are invited to share in our community resource, Square One.
All users must have a signed waiver (PDF) (minor waiver (PDF)) on file.
Visit these resources to learn more:
This software is available: