Library Services Division

The City of Victorville began operation of its first municipal library on July 1, 2006. Previously, library services were provided at this same location by the County of San Bernardino.

In January, 2008 renovation of the library created the new Technology Center. The center houses 19 public computers with free Internet access and standard office applications available to library patrons. Funding for the Technology Center was the result of a City Community Development Block Grant, as well as funds raised by the Friends of the Library and KB Homes.

The Victorville City Library currently offers a variety of programs including the Summer Reading Program for children and teens, ongoing story time programs and more. Also available are classes on a variety of software programs. Call 760-245-4222 for more information.


Library Vision, Mission Statement, and Values

Vision
Victorville City Library provides a means through which materials and services are provided for community residents of all ages for personal enrichment, enjoyment and educational needs. Lifelong learning needs are met by providing easy and equitable access to information.

Our Mission
To enhance and improve new and traditional user services as well as promote communication and collaboration within the community.

Our Values
Victorville City Library believes in the right to all individuals to learn and to grow. We value intellectual freedom and the Freedom to Read as directed by the American Library Association. We also believe in quality, service, diversity, fairness, professional ethics, and respect for our customers and our community.

Additional Victorville City Library information

 

Department Contacts

Karen Everrett
Librarian
760.245.4222


Library Location
15011 Circle Drive Victorville, CA 92395

Hours of Operation
Monday: 9 - 8 pm
Tuesday: 9 - 8 pm
Wednesday: 9 - 8 pm
Thursday: 9 - 8 pm
Friday: 9 - 6 pm
Saturday: 9 - 5 pm
Sunday: Closed