The San Leandro Public Library is a selective Federal Depository Library for documents published by the U.S. Superintendent of Documents. This prestigious designation gives the community access to thousands of government publications, both in print and electronically.
The basic depository collection includes the United States Code, the Code of Federal Regulations, the Congressional Record, and the Federal Register.
Click here for a .pdf file* of the library's basic collection which lists each item's title, description, and location.
Additionally, the library's depository collection includes books and pamphlets on a variety of subjects such as health, employment, Social Security, business, history, and travel. The collection also has many maps, including California topographic maps and maps showing various countries.
Many government resources are also available online. Below is a list of links to frequently used and noteworthy government websites.
For more information on any government resources, call (510) 577-3971.
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Quicklinks to Frequently Used Government Websites