Upper Lake Library
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Please note: Closed on County Holidays
The Upper Lake Branch is an 800-square-foot historic library featuring over 10,000 books, DVDs, audiobooks, and more. If the item you want isn't available locally you can request materials from any library in the Lake, Mendocino, and Sonoma Library systems to be sent to your local branch for pick up at no cost to yourself.
The Upper Lake Branch also has free public WiFi, 2 public computers with internet access, a public access printer, and copy machine. There is no public fax.
100+ Years of Library Service in this Location!
J.N. League donated space in his store building for Upper Lake's first library in 1914. Upper Lake's Harriet Lee Hammond Library opened in 1916. Mrs. Hammond donated the building in memory of her husband, Charles Mifflin Hammond, who died in 1915. Amy Murdock and Lottie Mendenhall donated the land. The Upper Lake Women's Protective Club ran the library on donations and fundraisers until the 1940s when the library became a tax-funded operation. When the county library system formed in the 1970s, Upper Lake joined the system in 1975.