Sacramento Public Library
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The Galt Library was established in November 1908 as the second oldest county "free library" in California. In 1993, the City of Galt built the Galt-Marian O. Lawrence Library, named after a former Galt mayor and dedicated supporter of the library. Our library is a repository for Galt Historical Society materials, as well as City of Galt information and documents. 

For homework help, visit our Homework Zone, where drop-in homework help for school-aged and high school children is available on certain days of the week.

Our library also features a Seed Library for sharing seeds for vegetables, herbs, and more.

For Job and or ESL help, visit our Job Coach or ESL Coach on Fridays at 1 p.m. Drop-in visits or appointments are welcome.

Branch Amenities

  • 4,225 sq ft location
  • Lobby Book Sale

Book Drop:

Located at the back of the library building


  • 37,000
  • Special collections:

Computing & Workstations:

Reserve a computer
  • 10 Internet & MS Workstations
  • 1 Early Learning Workstations
  • 3 Online Catalog Workstations
  • 1 Express internet workstation
  • Photocopier/Printer
  • WiFi

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