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MISSION STATEMENT

Our library is for everyone. We are a free resource helping our community connect, create, and learn.

We offer free access to a wide range of materials including books, DVDs, CDs, magazines, and we can borrow materials from other libraries for you.  And we are a busy place! Last fiscal year there were 633,920 visits to the library, 57,267 attendees at library programs, and you checked out 1,338,714 items.  

In addition to our physical collections, we offer 24/7 virtual access to ebooks, research databases, language learning tools, homework help, and test preparation materials.  We offer a wide range of classes and programs for all ages including baby story times, preschool reading readiness, parenting workshops, an ESL conversation club, and a large variety of educational and creative programs for adults and teens.  Our bookmobile also makes weekly visits throughout the community.

We have an exciting year ahead of us as we remodel the library to better meet your needs. This construction has begun and should be complete by the end of the fiscal year. You can track our progress here: www.mountainview.gov/libraryremodel

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Library Director Biography

Tracy GrayTracy Gray recently joined the City of Mountain View (July 2018) as Mountain View Public Library's Library Director. Tracy was the Interim Library Director for Sonoma County Library System, overseeing 13 branches and more than 200 employees. Prior, she held the positions as the Central Library Manager for the Sonoma County Library, the Library Manager for the City of Tempe Public Library in Tempe, Ariz., and an adjunct faculty librarian at the Maricopa Community College District in Mesa, Ariz. Tracy has also been active in a variety of library organizations including the California Library Association, Arizona Library Association and the NorthNet Library System.

Tracy has received several honors, including the Public Library Association Demco New Leader Award and was a Mildred Dulaney Scholarship recipient in the Texas Woman’s University School of Library & Information Studies. She has a Bachelor’s degree in Geography from the University of North Carolina, Greensboro, a Master’s in Anthropology from CSU Chico and a Master’s in Library and Information Studies from Texas Woman’s University.

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