The Lassen Library District is located in a single story, 11,100 square foot building in the heart of Susanville, California. The library has a collection of more than 43,000 items.  

Main Reading Room 

The Main Reading Room is the central area of the library. It contains all of the library’s collections, the public access computing area, magazine and newspaper reading area, microfilm reading/printing station, the new Teen Area and the Circulation Desk. Four study carrels and several worktables are provided for patron use.

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 Magazine AreaMicrofilm StationPatron Work Table

 
 

  

Children's Corner

Children’s Corner

The Children’s Corner is a separate, 1,920 square foot room specially designed with young children in mind. It contains size appropriate furniture for our young patrons and a collection of more than 11,000 age-appropriate books and materials. Pre-school and after-school reading programs are held in the Children’s Corner and three computers are provided to run age-appropriate educational and recreational applications.

  

 

 

Conference Room Conference Room

A 600 square foot conference room is located off the main lobby area. The conference room occupancy is rated for 20-25 people and is furnished with up to five conference tables and chairs, depending on configuration. The conference room has wired and wireless Internet access, and a telephone connection. Audio/visual capabilities include a wide projection, high definition projector, projection screen, surround sound speaker system, VHS/DVD/Blueray players connected to a central audio/visual server.

The conference room is available to the general public free of charge. Download the Reservation Form or contact the Library Circulation Desk to obtain one.

  

Cataloging Room

Back Office - Cataloging

The Back Office area is an "employees only" area in which are located the offices of the Library Director and the Administrative Assistant. Also located here is the book processing area in which the library's catalogers receive, research, prepare, repair and catalogue the books and materials that will be placed into the library's collection. A staff break room and the library's telecommunications and computer room round out the Back Office area.

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