Help DeKalb County get to 100%

Help DeKalb County get to 100%

Currently 57.3% of DeKalb County has been counted in the U.S. Census. We need your help to get to 100%. It only takes a few minutes to complete! For more information on the Georgia Census click here. To fill out your 2020 Census form click here

A Message From the Director

Dear patrons—

I know many of you are wondering when the Library will open back up. I wish I had a definitive answer for you, but I do not. I can tell you that we are working with DeKalb County Leadership, the Library’s Board of Trustees and the DeKalb County Board of Health to come up with a plan for how and when we will reopen and begin serving you in person again. Our guiding principle through this process will be to provide a safe working environment for library staff and a safe library experience for you. I think the only thing we do know, is that it will look very different than it did when we closed on March 14. We will need your support and patience as we navigate this together.

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DeKalb County Public Library Hosts Older Americans Month

DeKalb County Public Library Hosts Older Americans Month

May is designated as Older Americans Month and DCPL has several activities to help you "Make Your Mark." The Administration for Community Living selected this theme to encourage and celebrate countless contributions that older adults make to our communities. Check out the full schedule of events here. 

DeKalb County Public Library Board of Trustees to Meet May 11​

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

May 6, 2020

 

DECATUR, Ga.–DeKalb County Public Library Board of Trustees will hold a regular meeting on Monday, May 11 at 4:30 p.m. This meeting will be conducted via teleconference (Zoom). For more details on the agenda and to learn how to listen in, click here.

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Introducing hoopla: A New Digital Resource for Patrons

Introducing hoopla: A New Digital Resource for Patrons

hoopla is a digital resource that provides online and mobile access to eBooks, audiobooks, comics, music, movies and TV. Starting Friday, May 1, library card holders can access titles instantly through their desktop browser or the hoopla app. hoopla is available for iOS, Android, Amazon Fire, Roku, AppleTV, AndroidTV, FireTV and Chromecast. There are also no wait periods for titles. Items are limited to 5 checkouts a month. For more information visit: https://www.hoopladigital.com/

DeKalb County Public Library to Host Emergency Blood Drives for the American Red Cross

DeKalb County Public Library to Host Emergency Blood Drives for the American Red Cross

DeKalb County Public Library is partnering with the American Red Cross to host several Emergency Blood Drives. During the COVID-19 pandemic, blood donations are critically needed to be distributed to hospitals.  The next blood drive will be held on Monday, May 4, at Dunwoody Library. Papa Johns Pizza will give out a coupon for 1 medium size pizza when you donate at this blood drive. The Red Cross is taking extra precautions to ensure that blood donations as well as donors are safe. Find out more information on how you can help or schedule an appointment by calling 1-800-RED-CROSS or click here

Contact Us!

Contact Us!

Have a question about your library card or resources? We're here to help!

Contact Us:
404-508-7190, Monday thru Friday 10 a.m. -- 5:00 p.m.
Email us here
We will do our best to answer your email inquiries within 24 hours.

Yes! You can still get a library card!

Yes! You can still get a library card!

Although the library is closed, you can apply for a temporary digital library card that allows you to use our online materials.  You can do this if you’ve misplaced or are unable to use your current library card. If you have a card, but forgot your PIN, you can go to the My Account page and click the "Forgot your pin?" link.

How do I register for a card? 

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