Rohnert Park-Cotati Regional Library

6250 Lynne Condé Way
Rohnert Park, CA 94928
(707) 584-9121
Contact us

Jennifer Ryder, Branch Manager
(707) 584-9121

All library buildings are closed on holidays.

Monday: 10am-6pm
Tuesday: 10am-8pm
Wednesday: 10am-8pm
Thursday: 10am-6pm
Friday: 10am-6pm
Saturday: 10am-6pm
Sunday: 1-5pm

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Rohnert Park - Cotati Regional Library Advisory Board

The Rohnert Park-Cotati Library Advisory Board advises the Sonoma County Library Commission on issues affecting Rohnert Park-Cotati Regional Library. If you are interested in serving on a library advisory board, please contact your branch manager.

Friends of the Rohnert Park - Cotati Library

The Friends of the Rohnert Park-Cotati Library are an all-volunteer group that helps support Rohnert Park-Cotati Regional Library.


The library offers free printing during branch visits and a free ePrinting service. If you have documents that need to be printed in black and white and/or color the library will print them for you and have your printed materials waiting for pickup as part of our ePrinting service. The library offers up to $5 of free printing per day.

About Rohnert Park Cotati Regional Library

A branch of the Sonoma County Library was established in Cotati in 1946. It was moved in 1952 and again in 1967 to enlarged quarters on College View Drive in Rohnert Park. In 1976, a 10,000-square-foot building was built on Hunter Drive, funded jointly by the City of Rohnert Park and federal funds allocated by the county. The current 24,000 square foot building opened in June 2003, funded by Rohnert Park Community Certificates of Participation.

The Rohnert Park-Cotati Regional Library features a high-ceilinged reading room with a fireplace, steamed European beech furnishings, and granite countertops at the service desks. A sky-lit dome in the toddler’s reading area displays a storybook mural created by Bob Eisenberg, titled “Celebrate the Joy of Reading.” The library’s exterior landscape includes Poet’s Alley, where stacks of books flank the processional space and a River of Words is embedded in the pavement. The Pool of Sounds, at the center of the Story Maze, is composed of cobblestones carved with sounds common to all human languages, and there is a reading grove, a History of Written Language Wall, and a monument to the Ancient Library of Alexandria, Egypt.

The library includes a collection of 100,000 items, public computers, a community room, a conference room, and a Friends of the Library bookstore.