The Scotts Valley Library is 5300 square feet in a store front building in Kings Village Shopping Center (just behind Nob Hill and next door to the movie theatre). The branch was enlarged and redecorated in 1997, reopening in January of 1998 with a light and airy feeling.
The collection has a wide variety of fiction and genre fiction, books on tape and videos, and a large magazine and newspaper selection. The nonfiction collection has a large selection of computer books, as well as financial and other general interest materials. Library items that are located at another branch and that may be checked out, may be borrowed through the Scotts Valley Branch.
Four computer teminals have Internet access for the general public, and four Homework Center computers provide educational games, encyclopedias and atlases, as well as word processing and Internet access. The Homework Center has limited access for adults, with after school hours reserved for students.
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