Satsuma Public Library

"The Town Treasure"
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COVID-19 Library Operations

Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic masks are required. We have limited computer stations with a 1 hour time limit. Thank you for your patience as we navigate these trying times together as a community.

For more information please check our  Facebook page or call the library 679-0700 for updates. 

Library Hours

Monday ~ Wednesday ~ Friday  Hours:  10 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Tuesday and Thursday Hours:  10 a.m. - 6 p.m.

Saturday Hours:  9 a.m. - 2 p.m.

Curbside service is available as well as in person browsing and checkout.

Computer stations are available with 1 hour time limit as well as free WiFi in our parking are, no passcode required.

Upcoming Events

Library News

We are excited to announce that Satsuma Public Library has installed a platform lift in the rear entrance of the library. This project has been in the works for over a year and the addition to the library will be a huge asset to patrons with disabilities or who have trouble with steps. This project would not have been possible without the support of Gulf Coast RC&D who donated $5,000 to support this project. Gulf Coast RC&D is a Non-profit organization who's mission is to promote, protect and develop natural resources to secure social and economic benefits for people in the Gulf Coast Area. Satsuma Library would also like to recognize the Satsuma Public Library Foundation who donated $4,500 towards this project and for their continued support.


Thank you to other key players, Satsuma Building Inspector, Tom Briand who assisted throughout this project and Tracy Nolfe who donated his time and talents! Thank you to all who support Satsuma Public Library Foundation! Because of you we are able to dream bigger for the community of Satsuma!


Above are photos of one of the founding members of the Satsuma Public Library Foundation, Mary Deas Pierce enjoying the new platform lift.

Most Sincerely

Tiphani Clearman, Library Director

Census 2020 Update GREAT Job Satsuma!

Satsuma is leading Mobile County 2020 census count with 79.8 % self response rate, Mobile Co is at 62.1%. Congratulations go out to the Satsuma 2020 census committee for their efforts in leading Mobile County.

Now is the time to finish strong with 100% 2020 count. lt is safe, it is easy and millions of dollars in federal money for Alabama and all municipalities depend on a strong and complete count. You have until the end of October to respond. 

With out a complete count Alabama may lose a congressional district. This would be a disaster for our state. Please go on line and complete your census form, it takes less than 10 minutes.

Head over to Story Time

Educational Links:

To all our parents and students working from home due to school closings, here are a few educational websites available to you. 

If you need assistance please contact me.

Tiphani Clearman

Library Director



To access Trueflix

User Name: satsuma

Password: satsuma


Read Anywhere!!!


Respond Online 2020 Census


Census 2020

Here at Satsuma Public Library we are doing our part to make people aware about the upcoming Census. We have a Census station in the front entrance of the library to help make census response convenient for our community. 


Census 2020 Satsuma Make It Count   

Did you know that the next census will take place in 2020? Responding to the 2020 Census is our civic duty and affects the allocation of funding for our community’s public resources, how we plan for the future, and our voice in government. To learn more, visit

Satsuma Public Library Foundation is now registered with Amazon Smile.  It's a great way to support your Library!   You'll find the exact same low prices, vast selection and convenience of shopping Amazon. Just visit Amazon Smile and select Satsuma Public Library Foundation as the organization you would like to support. Thanks! 

Mission Statement

Satsuma Public Library is a Municipal Library serving the municipality of Satsuma, Alabama, striving to support the intellectual, educational, cultural and entertainment needs of our patrons.



If you would like to make a monetary, or book donation to the library, you may do so in person, or online. "In Memory," or "In Honor," donations may be made, and a recognition card will be mailed. Call the library for more information.

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