Selma and Dallas County Public Library contains 83,687 volumes. The library circulates 87,174 items per year. The library serves a population of 43,820 residents .
Join us for bright colors, swimming fish, a furry hamster, and more fun in the Children’s Department. Programs and learning activities focus on building a love for reading from books to blocks and spaces for children and families to give cozy opportunities for time together.
Whether you join us for a delicious lunch event or participate in a special series, the library has programs to interest everyone. Keep on learning whatever your age!
Computers and WiFi are available in the library, as well as copying, scanning, and faxing services. Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Publisher make the library computers a one-stop spot for most technology needs.
Local History Collections:
The Edwin Condie Godbold Local History Room houses an outstanding collection of historical and genealogical materials focusing on Selma and Dallas County, Alabama. The collection includes histories, genealogies, periodicals, census records, vertical files, maps, and photographs.