Yountville Library


Yountville BranchNapa County Library

Yountville Branch outside
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The Yountville Library, in operation since 1977, was formerly housed in a single room in the Yountville Town Hall.  The library opened at its current location in the new Yountville Community Center at 6516 Washington Street in March 2010.

The Yountville library is the smallest of four in the Napa County Library system and is open to the public 28.5 fully staffed hours a week.  Hours


  • magazines for all ages
  • subscriptions to area newspapers
  • a collection that includes books, DVDs, music CDs, books on tape,  and books on CD
  • a reference collection
  • a great staff to help you find what you want


  • 8 computers with free Internet access for public use
  • wireless access
  • printers (10 cents/page b/w amd 50 cents/page color)
  • a copy machine, color and black and white (10 cents/page b/w and 50 cents/page color)
  • a Grandparents and Books session

The Town of Yountville, which was previously unincorporated, was served first by the County Free Library and then the Napa City-County Library.  During the early part of 1800’s the area that now makes up the Town of Yountville was owned by Mexico. In 1831, George Calvert Yount became the first white settler in the Napa Valley. In 1836, Yount obtained a Spanish land grant from the Mexican government, the first such grant to be awarded to a United States citizen in northern California and the Napa Valley.