Fairfield Civic Center Library
Welcome to the Fairfield Civic Center Library.
The Becker-Balmer Meeting Room is equipped with the latest technology and a separate entrance. You may book the meeting room up to six months in advance. It is available only during the hours the library is open. More...
Two study rooms (one in the main reading room and one in the children’s section) are available on a first-come, first-served basis for one hour per day. Sign up at the Children’s Information Desk for the Children’s Study Room. For the Adult Study Room, sign up at the Literacy Office’s front desk, Monday-Friday, 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.; at the Adult Information Desk, Monday-Friday, 6:00-9:00 p.m. and weekends.
Twenty computers and high speed Internet are available for drop-in users and classes. Microsoft Office is available on all Computer Center computers. To reserve a computer, visit http://libonline.snap.lib.ca.us/.
Every public computer contains an Accessibility Wizard allowing customization for dexterity, hearing, and visual needs. The Branch also has an adaptive keyboard and optical trackball available. Please ask a staff member for more information or assistance.
Friends of the Library
The Friends of the Library Bookstore is open during library hours. The Friends accept donations of paperbacks and hardbacks in good condition. The Friends do not accept donations of romance paperbacks, magazines, encyclopedia sets, reference sets, or outdated, soiled or tattered items. Read the Friends Newsletter
In 1914, the Solano County Free Library was established by the Solano County Board of Supervisors. Originally housed in the county courthouse in Fairfield, the library soon moved to the new Armijo High School. In 1931, a new library building was built at the corner of Union and Texas Streets to house the Fairfield library and the County Library Headquarters. The current 40,000 square foot library building was constructed in 1976, and renamed the Fairfield-Suisun Community Library. In 2002 the building underwent major renovation to open in November 2003 as the Fairfield Civic Center Library. The renovated building features a computer center, study rooms, the Friends of the Library Bookstore, a wireless network, and 60 public computer stations. The library continues to share the building with the administrative offices, technical services and automation department of Solano County Library.
Serena Enger, Supervising Librarian