- The Library
- About Us
The Redding Library provides utilities and services for the disabled including: the Sorenson VP200 video phone, and an ADA software and hardware enabled computer. Click here for more information.
Learn more about our Adult Literacy Program; free one-on-one tutoring for adults who need help with reading and math skills, or preparing for the GED or citizenship test.
Do you need help to start a checking account, improve your credit, or pay off debt? Come take our FREE money management class.
Looking for suggestions of what to read? Look no further! Click here to check out Award Lists and staff compiled reading lists.
We have many resources to help local book clubs. Book Boxes, Rooms, online databases and more.
Operated in partnership with Senior Corps, Book Drops is a volunteer-based program designed to deliver library services to homebound seniors. Items available for delivery include books, audio CDs, DVDs, magazines, and more. Click here for more information, or call (530) 245-7260.
Public Computers, Genealogy Computers, and a Computer Center are provided for public use and computer classes, as well as free access to Wi-Fi at all our branches. Click here for more information.
Three times a week our local genealogy society has volunteers to help you with your genealogy questions and research. There are two computers devoted solely to genealogy. Also, check out our extensive genealogy collection. Click here for more information.
We provide Study Rooms, Reading Rooms, and Meeting Rooms as quiet and functional places for studying, relaxing, or facilitating your next meeting.
Do you need an obituary looked up in Shasta County? We can do that for you. View how to place an obituary request.
Need to practice? We have a piano at the Redding Library. Borrow up to two hours at the Redding Reference Desk.
Join us on the second floor of the Redding Library for puzzles and board games.
Do you want to go to Turtle Bay Exploration Park? Check out a FREE pass from the library.
Learn more here.