Tax Forms and Assistance

Forms & Information

The library provides access to state and federal tax forms and offers free printing of up to 33 pages per day.

A limited quantity of the most popular tax forms are available at Sonoma County Library locations. Branches may not offer this service because of space limitations or because the forms have not been made available. Please call your local branch to check availability.

Tax forms and information from federal and state agencies can be obtained online. Choose one of the following options and follow the instructions at each site to download forms:

Other Sources for Forms & Information


  • Tax forms by mail: 800-338-0505
  • Tax information: 800-852-5711


Free Tax Help Across Sonoma County

Volunteer income tax assistance program (VITA) through United Way – Earn It! Keepit! $aveit! Programs

Get your taxes prepared for free by certified preparers. Community tax sites are open through April. Schedule an appointment near you! For more information: United Way of the Wine Country EarnIt! KeepIt! $aveIt!

AARP Foundation Tax Aide Program

The AARP Tax Aide program offers free tax help. For the 2023 tax season, those in Sonoma County will have a variety of options for free tax preparation through the Tax-Aide program. They include in-person, drop-off and online services, which vary by location. For the most up-to-date information, visit

Healdsburg Regional Library, Petaluma Regional Library, and Rincon Valley Library will be hosting AARP Tax-Aid tax preparation assistance. To view details regarding appointments at the Healdsburg library, refer to the calendar here. For details regarding appointments at the Petaluma library, refer to the calendar here. And for details regarding appointments at the Rincon Valley library, refer to the calendar here.

For more information on the AARP Tax Assistance Program, or to view additional locations, please click here.

File Taxes for Free

In 2024, the IRS launched a new service called Free Federal Return for Everyone where you can e-file your taxes directly to the IRS. The service is free, and you can file your state return for only $14.99.*

* This service is available to filers with an adjusted gross income of $79,000 or less.

Hundreds of the most popular federal tax forms and publications are available for download from [] for sight impaired individuals. These products range from talking tax forms to Braille formats, and are accessible using screen reading software, refreshable Braille displays and voice recognition software. Accessible Forms and Publications.

The IRS also offers customer service assistance for persons who are deaf or who have hearing disabilities. People with TTY equipment may call toll-free 800-829-4059 for assistance.

People who are unable to complete their tax return because of a physical disability may get assistance from an IRS office, or through the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Program (VITA) sponsored by IRS. Taxpayers can find a nearby location by calling 800-906-9887.

Publication 907, Tax Highlights for Persons with Disabilities, explains the tax implications of certain disability benefits and other issues. Go to and use the search box to search for “Publication 907”.

To learn more, visit