Library Resources

  1. Articles & Databases

    Online access to full-text articles from magazines, newspapers, and encyclopedias is available free from the library. Databases for car repair, job hunting, homework, and more can also be used. You will need your library card for most of these if you are not using a library computer.

  2. Hold Requests & Interlibrary Loan Requests

    Here's how to reserve a book that is checked out or in another branch of the library. Or, if the Humboldt County System doesn't have what you need, make an Interlibrary Loan Request and have us borrow a book from a different library system for you.

  3. Eureka Meeting Room

    Find out how to reserve the meeting room at the Eureka Library.

  4. Internet Links

    These 'librarian's choice' links will help you find outstanding websites that cover popular online topics from Adult Education Online to Weather.

  5. Magazine & Newspaper List

    View a list of the magazines and newspapers the library subscribes to, and where you can find them.

  1. Local, State and World Libraries

    Links to libraries other than the Humboldt County Library, such as college libraries, the California State Library, the Library of Congress, and WorldCat.

  2. Public Computers & Internet

    Computers for internet or word processing are available in the library. Wireless internet is available at some locations. You can print.

  3. Search for eBooks

    The library offers you free access to eBooks, eAudiobooks, online articles and databases.

  4. Books, Media & Information Services

    Librarians and library staff stand ready to assist you in your search for the information you need. The library provides a substantial collection of books, audiobooks, films, eBooks, music, and other materials for community use. Professional Reference Librarians are available at the Eureka Main Library and in our larger branch libraries. Nonresidents can use our Obituary Search Service and Local History Search Service.