Check the City of Roseville jobs page under Human Resources
for the most current list of positions.
At this time, we are unable to accept payment for library fines online. We hope to have this service available again soon.
You may renew online 24 hours a day using the online catalog
. You will need to know your username and password.
Call us at (916) 774-5221 to renew your items, Monday - Friday during open library hours.
Yes, any Roseville Library-owned material can be returned to any Roseville Library.
Yes. He or she must have your card to check out.
Yes, the library offers e-mail notification of holds, pre-overdue and overdues. Log into your account at www.library.roseville.ca.us
with your username and password.
You may request a list in person at either Roseville Library of what items are checked out to you.
You can check your account online using your library username and password. Visit www.library.roseville.ca.us
to log into your account.
Don't know your username? Visit the library in-person with photo ID and we can change your username to whatever you'd like.
Don't know your password? Visit us or call (916) 774-5221 and we can reset your password to the last 6 digits of your library barcode number. You can change this password after logging into your account.
The library has public computers with Internet access, word processing, and spreadsheet/ presentation software for adults and children at both locations. Reservations are available, and must be made in person. Use is free. Printing charges are: black & white $0.25/page and color $0.50/page.
Yes, the library does rent meeting rooms to the public. Look at the Room Rentals
page for more information.
The library provides basic Federal and State of California tax forms for the current filing year. We also have a tip sheet on where to get tax forms. Reproducible forms are available for photocopying at each library branch.
All items are free to check out. Please keep in mind that items not returned by the due date will accrue fines. Lost items will incur a replacement fee.
Yes, this network allows the public to access the Internet from laptop computers or other wireless devices anywhere within the library. Log in using your email address. You will be required to agree to our Internet Policy before being granted access.
Yes, we offer both eBooks and e-Audiobooks.
eBooks and e-Audiobooks are offered through Overdrive. These titles are provided through a cooperative collection with the Northnet Library System at the Library to Go
website. The library also loans additonal e-Audiobooks through One-Click Digital
For more information on how to download ebooks and e-audiobooks visit our website at www.roseville.ca.us/eBooks
Add firstname.lastname@example.org to your approved senders list to keep library e-mails out of your junk mail.
A Roseville Public Library card is free to any California resident with appropriate ID. You do not need to be a Roseville resident to obtain a library card. A Roseville Public Library (RPL) card is required if you wish to use public computers or borrow any materials from the library. Your RPL card can be used at all of our three locations
To apply, visit any of our three locations. Bring a valid photo ID and proof of current address. A current California driver’s license, passport, student, State or military ID is suitable. If the address on your license is not correct, bring a current utility bill, pre-printed checks, DMV update card, rental agreement or credit card bill. Parents or legal guardians may apply for separate individual cards for children under 18 years of age, and must be present to sign their applications and show parent/guardian’s valid photo ID and proof of address. Cards are issued and may be used immediately.
You must be logged into your library account to make a recommendation that the library purchase an item. Once you are logged in, search for the item that you are looking for. If you cannot find it, at the bottom of your search results screen is a link that says "Not finding what you're looking for? Make a purchase suggestion."
Fill out this form and the library will review your request.
Your account information can be updated in person at one of the three Roseville Libraries or by phone at 916-774-5221. You can update your email address, change your password, and manage your account by logging in at www.library.roseville.ca.us
If you are under 18, have a parent or guardian come into the library. They'll need to fill out the library card form and sign your card to accept responsiblity for your account.
You may have up to 50 items per card checked out at a time.
Non fiction material has a limit of 3 per subject. You may check out up to 12 DVDs and 24 other media (CDs, Playaways, Software, etc.) Magazines have a limit of 6 per title. You may have up to one eTool (Google Chromebook, Kindle, Nook, etc.).
Most library materials may be renewed up to four times after your original check out, unless another customer has placed a hold request on the item. Magazines, hot picks and eTools cannot be renewed and must be returned within 3 weeks to avoid overdue charges. You can renew using the online catalog
with your library card number or username and your password.
If an item can no longer be circulated due to damage, you will be charged for the item. You will not be held responsible for normal wear and tear.
We can look up your account with a valid photo ID. If a child under the age of 18 does not have their library card, we need to see a school ID, DL, or a parent/legal guardian's photo ID to check items out or use the internet.
You are responsible for every item you check out. If you have lost an item, you will be charged a replacement cost. Please contact us for the cost and payment procedure.
For help using eBooks, e-Audiobooks and eReaders with Library To Go (OverDrive), check out OverDrive Help
. For help with e-Audiobooks through OneClick Digital check out OneClick Help
Library staff are also available to help in person or by phone
If your fines are less than $5 and are less than 60 days old, you may continue to check out library materials. If you owe more that $20, you will not be able to use the internet until the balance is under $20.
Our Interlibrary Loan Service, also known as I.L.L., is available for hard-to-locate items, long distance loans, or if you are unable to travel to a neighboring library. There is no charge to request an ILL, however postage fees may apply. ILL's can take several weeks to be received. If you are in a hurry, neighboring libraries in Placer or Sacramento County may have the item that you would like to borrow directly, however they will require you to get a library card in their system.
Yes, we want our customers to be comfortable while visiting the library. In addition, we offer snacks and coffee for sale for sale at all three libraries. At Maidu and Downtown there are also drink vending machines. Riley Library customers can also purchase beverages, etc. at the Roseville Sports Center located next door.
Our loan limits, including how many items you can have checked out as well as how long you can keep those items, is available here
For all library policies, visit our policies page here
Be sure to notify us at 916-774-5221 or in person at any one of our three locations if your card is lost or stolen. If you do not report your card lost or stolen and someone else uses it, you may be responsible for whatever is checked out. To get a new card, visit us in person. Bring $1.00 and photo ID.
Check the Roseville Public Library system hours here
You can cancel any unwanted requests using the online catalog before the item becomes a 'hold'. Once an item is held, you must ask a staff member in person, or call the library and we will cancel the hold for you.
You may suspend your hold requests at any time. Log onto our online catalog, call or visit the library.
Your username is your library barcode number, unless you chose a special username when you created your account. If you would like to create a unique username, come into any library branch with photo ID.
The library no longer has access to view your password. Returning customers 4-digit PIN will remain your password until you change it by logging into our system at www.library.roseville.ca.us
. The library can reset your password to the last 6 digits of your library barcode number. We encourage you to update your password to ensure your privacy. Call us at (916) 774-5221 or come into your local Roseville Library branch to have your password reset.
Roseville currently has three libraries in the west, east and central areas. Check the Locations & Hours
page for details.
You can return your materials to the Downtown, Maidu or Riley Library. All three libraries have bookdrop slots for returns after the library business hours.