Connect with civic and community services.
The Library can assist you with information on housing choice vouchers, tax or legal forms and other social services and benefits. Plus, we offer public computers and Wi-Fi to make accessing civic services as easy as possible.
- Librarians are always ready to help you in your search for information.
- All 28 locations offer computer and printing services.
- If the Library doesn’t offer a service, we can help you find out who does.
Get referrals for local services
, including health care, employment, and social services.
Core U.S. Government Resources
Free public access to U.S. Government information and resources
Housing Choice Voucher
Learn more about the Housing Choice Voucher program
and other rental assistance programs in Sacramento County.
Sacramento County Law Library
Your best resource for legal research and information. Visit them at 609 9th Street in Sacramento or use their online law guides
and legal forms
Tax forms are available online to download and print using our mobile printing service
. You can print from anywhere on any device to the library’s printers for pick up.
Free Tax Resources
Get answers to tax questions
IRS Taxpayer Assistance Center
4330 Watt Avenue
Sacramento, CA 95821
Phone: (916) 974-5225
M-F 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Tax law questions
Help and resources
California Franchise Tax Board
3321 Power Inn Road, Suite 250
Sacramento, CA 95826-3893
Phone: (800) 852-5711
Office Hours: M-F 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Phone hours: M-F 7 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Automated phone service: (800) 338-0505
including live chat
Where can I get help with my tax return?
During tax season, call 2-1-1 or (916) 498-1000 to make an appointment for free tax preparation help for income-eligible families. Learn more on the United Way free tax preparation services site.
Do you have tax forms?
Paper forms are no longer available, but all tax forms are available online. Stop by any of our locations if you need assistance printing tax forms.
Can a librarian help me with an online form or application?
Library staff are experts when it comes to finding information and can offer some basic computer assistance, however we are not legal, medical or tax experts. Librarians can usually refer you to an organization or service that can help if you need tax, legal or other specialized assistance.