The Placer County Law Library is a separate entity from the county government and is governed by its own Board of Trustees pursuant to Section 6300 et seq. of the Business and Professions Code.
Placer County Law Library is open. COVID-19 precautions are in place:
Patrons must wear face coverings, and comply with social distancing requirements, Covid-19 sanitation practices, and other restrictions.
Law Library use is limited to research on legal matters using legal resources. There now are two public computers. If you need copies of forms or other documents, please request them by email (email@example.com) rather than coming to the Law Library.
For Legal Self-Help (family law, temporary restraining orders, evictions, and other civil matters), please make an appointment with Legal Services of Northern California by talking to the Receptionist at 530-823-7560. The appointments will be by phone and video. The Law Library does not have a self-help clinic at this time.
MONDAY -TUESDAY 9:00-5:00
WEDNESDAY - CLOSED
THURSDAY - SATURDAY 9:00-5:00
Additional hours and days may be available upon request.