Support Your Library
Roseville loves its libraries. They enrich the lives of everyone in our community, regardless of age or economic circumstance. Donating to The Roseville Public Library Foundation is a way for people who believe in the power of public libraries to change lives and to help keep our Library strong.
Our libraries serve people of every age in every neighborhood in Roseville. They provide books and materials, a quiet place to study and work, and a space for children to be introduced to the joy of reading.
Every day The Roseville Public Library opens its doors, both physically and online, to welcome people who want to learn and improve their lives. Your support of The Roseville Public Library Foundation helps keep the shelves full and allows the Library to serve the community in new ways.
Help us keep our Library and our community strong by giving as generously as you can.
News & Stories
Please join us on February 11 at 6:00 p.m. for a lovely evening of food and wine and to learn how we support Roseville’s Public Libraries. The event will be at the home of Gina Garbolino, 6161 Crater Lake Drive, Roseville, CA 95678. The event is free and open to the public.
The City has an established Mobile Library account, and has collected just over $50,000 to replace the current delivery van. In order to create the Mobile Library we envision for the community, we will need to raise up to an additional $50,000 to supplement existing funds. With the help of the Friends of the Roseville Continue Reading →
Visit your library for FREE in-person homework help, and excel in school! Now includes learning games so kids can play and retain what they’ve learned in school. In-person homework help, provided by volunteers, is available Monday – Wednesday, 3:00 – 5:00pm at the Downtown, Maidu and Riley Libraries beginning on Monday, September 9.
Support Your LibraryThe Roseville Public Library Foundation helps the Roseville Library build its collection and resources,
offer programs for patrons of all ages, and better serve the needs of our community.