In-Person Services available June 15!
Riverside and Indio locations will be open to the public for limited hours and in-person services. To protect the health of our valued staff and patrons using the law library, we ask everyone in the law library wear a mask at all times and follow the Law Library Rules of Conduct and all posted COVID19 prevention protocols. Visits will be limited to one hour and parking will be $8.00- see parking for more information.
Riverside Hours: Monday -Friday 9am-4pm
Indio Hours: Currently closed to in-person services (available for assistance via phone & email M-F 9am-4pm)
The Temecula Law Resource Center located inside the Ronald H. Roberts Temecula Public Library remains open for online services only. Visit the Temecula public library website for its hours of operation.
In-Person Services include:
- Access to legal print collection
Except for journals, newspapers and magazines, patrons will be able to browse the stacks and retrieve books for up to one hour. We request you leave materials on carts in the library for staff to re-shelve.
- Use of computers and copiers
Patrons will be able to use the computers up to one hour for legal research purposes and law-related matters. Copiers will be available for patrons to use with limited assistance from staff.
- Use of conference room
Starting on Tuesday, June 22, patrons will be able to make reservations to use the conference room for up to four people. Visit the “conference rooms” page on our website for information on booking our conference rooms.
- WiFi Access
Patrons can bring in their laptop or other mobile device to use WiFi for legal research purposes for up to one hour. Patrons will be assigned a table to use.
We will continue to provide online services and remote access to our legal databases Monday thru Friday, from 9:00am to 4:00 pm. Law library staff are available to assist you with your legal research needs by phone, email or via web reference request. We are here to help you!