The Douglas County Library Foundation works to improve financial support for the libraries by securing gifts, grants and bequests. All the money collected and property acquired by the library foundation is used to support the libraries of Douglas CountyLibraries matter.

You can contact us by mail or send donations to:

Douglas County Library Foundation
1224 NE Walnut St., PMB 800
Roseburg, OR 97470

Libraries in Douglas County:

Canyonville:  Address: 250 N. Main, Canyonville  Phone: 541-839-4727
Hours: Monday 11am-3pm Thursday 1pm-6pm Saturday 10am-2pm

Drain: Address: 205 West “A” Ave., Drain  Phone: 541-836-2648
Hours: Tuesday 2pm-7pm Wednesday 11am-6pm Friday 11am-6pm Saturday 11am-4pm

Glendale: Address: 3rd and Willis, Glendale  Phone: 541-832-2360  Email:
Hours: Wednesday 10am-2pm Friday 12pm-4pm Saturday Noon-4pm

Myrtle Creek:  Address: 231 Division, Myrtle Creek  Phone: (541) 860-7272  Email:
Hours: Monday 10am-4pm Tuesday 3pm-7pm Wednesday Noon-4pm Thursday Noon-6pm Saturday 10am-2pm

Oakland:  Address: 637 NE Locust, Oakland  Phone: 541-459-9784
Hours: Friday 10am-4pm Saturday 10am-1pm

Reedsport: Address: 395 Winchester Ave., Reedsport  Phone: 541-271-3603
Hours: Tuesday Noon-6pm Wednesday 10am-6pm Thursday Noon-6pm Friday 10am-2pm

Riddle:  Address: 637 First Ave., Riddle  Phone: 541-874-2070
Hours: Tuesday 1pm – 6pm Wednesday Noon-5pm Friday 11am-4pm

Roseburg:  Address: 1409 NE Diamond Lake Blvd, Roseburg  Phone: (541) 492-7051  Email:
Hours: Tuesday 1pm-8pm Wednesday 11am-5pm Thursday 11am-8pm Friday 11am-5pm Saturday  10am-2pm

Sutherlin:  Address: 210 E. Central St., Sutherlin  Phone: 541-459-9161  Email: 
Hours: Tuesday 11am-5pm Wednesday 11am-5pm Friday 11am-5pm Saturday 11am-5pm

Winston:  Address: 440 SE Grape Ave., Winston Phone: 541-679-5501
Hours: Monday Noon-6pm Tuesday Noon-6pm Thursday Noon-6pm Friday Noon-6pm

Yoncalla:  Address: 194 Birch, Yoncalla  Phone: 541-849-2128
Hours: Wednesday 10am-5pm Thursday 2pm-7pm Saturday 11am-3pm

Libraries matter.

Check out the stories to learn about how libraries matter to Douglas County residents. Find the library closest to you, read news about libraries, and feel free to donate. And, here are some quotes about how libraries matter:

“When you are growing up, there are two institutional places that affect you most powerfully-the church, which belongs to God, and the public library, which belongs to you. The public library is a great equalizer.” –Musician Keith Richards

“I could be happy if I could think that the role of the library was sustained and even enhanced in the age of the computer.” –Bill Gates

“Libraries are community treasure chests, loaded with a wealth of information available to everyone equally, and the key to that treasure chest is the library card. I have found the most valuable thing in my wallet is my library card.” –First Lady Laura Bush

“The part of my education that has had the deepest influence wasn’t any particular essay or even a specific class, it was how I was able to apply everything I learned in the library to certain situations in my life. . . The library takes me away from my everyday life and allows me to see other places and learn to understand other people unlike myself.” –Musician Gloria Estefan

“Librarians have always been among the most thoughtful and helpful people. They are teachers without a classroom. No libraries, no progress.” –Broadcaster Willard Scott