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Reference Services

Telephone and email reference is available from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m Monday through Thursday, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Friday, and 12 noon to 5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday at 586-5267.

An online catalog is available for your use. You will find it simple to search for any title, author, or subject available from the Capital City Libraries. Instructions and a reference librarian are available to introduce you to the online catalog.

All three libraries provide reference materials, including encyclopedias, almanacs, auto repair manuals, consumer information, magazines, newspapers, selected out-of-town newspapers, selected out-of-town telephone books, and local government documents. Published information on current local issues is available at all libraries.   There are also a wide variety of electronic reference resources (e-resources) available to meet your reference needs from outside of the library (requires a library card). 

Business and financial resources in print include: Value Line, Wall Street Journal, Morningstar and Barron's. Patrons also have at their fingertips fulltext from nearly 8,000 business journals, newspapers and newswires through our Business e-resources.

The Juneau Public Library is an affiliate of the Foundation Center and maintains a special collection for grant seekers engaged in funding research and proposal writing.