We’re open! When visiting, wear a mask covering both the nose and mouth, regardless of vaccination status, so we can assist you safely.
From December 2022 through January 2023, the Doris K. Wells Heritage Festival celebrates the diverse cultural heritages of DeKalb County residents through special programs and events.
Are you 55 or over? Please take the Senior Advisory Board Survey.
Check out the most recent issue of The Jubilee Reader, a reading guide containing recent books by African-American writers, writers from the African diaspora, and on related topics.
We look forward to seeing you in the new location!
All of our World Language resources are now together on one page! You'll find direct links to our catalog for our Chinese, French, Hindi and Spanish collections, as well as tons of online resources in 60+ languages.
Check out the May/June 2022 issue of The Jubilee Reader, a reading guide containing recent books by African-American writers, writers from the African diaspora, and on related topics.
We're frequently asked when overdue fines are coming back, and we've finally got an answer for you. Never.
DeKalb County Public Library and Children's Healthcare of Atlanta Strong4Life have collaborated to put together resources and tools for buildings resilience in children.
Think YA books are just for teens? Think again.
This just in! Your DeKalb County Public Library card now grants free access to thousands of streaming titles. Enjoy critically-acclaimed movies, inspiring documentaries, award-winning foreign films and more.
There's a new way to access content on hoopla using your DeKalb County Public Library card! hoopla BingePass gives you unlimited access to two types of great online content for 7 days - all with a single hoopla borrow.
StoryLine offers a wide range of stories read by our Youth Services Librarians for children and families at any time of the day.
Happy International Women's Day! These music legends broke the charts and captured our hearts.
The library is now open.
TakeOut Tech is a new service that lets you check out a Chromebook at select branches for one week.
It’s the final day of Black History Month! Continue the celebration by adding one of these nonfiction titles to your to-be-read list.