All libraries remain closed to the public until further notice. Library To Go service is available at selected libraries.
Todas las bibliotecas continúan cerradas hasta nuevo aviso. El servicio Library To Go está disponible en sucursales selectas.

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Services & Programs

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Services, collections, and resources for people with disabilities.

We help adults meet their literacy goals. Some goals include learning to vote, reading a newspaper, helping children with homework, using a computer, and getting a better job.

When you’ve got a question, we’ve got an answer. Ask a Librarian provides quick answers to commonly asked questions about the library and many other topics.

Reserve a free half-hour session with a reference librarian/subject specialist at Central Library.

Explore L.A. museums and attractions through this exciting partnership between the Los Angeles Public Library and local cultural institutions.

Workshops and resources on a variety of health topics.

We help connect residents who are experiencing homelessness with resources to help them transition to stable, independent or supported living.

Library resources, websites, and referrals to assistance available in-person and by telephone for job seekers, entrepreneurs, and for everyone managing their money.

Place a hold, make an appointment, pick up & enjoy! We are offering the Library To Go service at selected libraries.

Services to help individuals on their personal archiving and digital preservation journey.

We work with community partners to bring services and important information to you about immigration and citizenship.

The Octavia Lab is a do-it-yourself studio space at the Central Library of the Los Angeles Public Library.

STEAM = Science + Technology + Engineering + Art + Math.

Borrow laptops, iPad Minis, and mobile hotspots.

Our Veterans Resource Centers are spaces dedicated to helping Veterans and their families.

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