The Inland Library System (ILS) was established in 1966 and is a public library cooperative serving 19 member libraries in the Riverside, San Bernardino and Inyo Counties. 103 public library service outlets serve over 4 million people in 37,000 square miles of urban, desert, and mountain territory.

The Inland Library System is one of 8 California library consortiums established by the California Library Services Act (CLSA) for the purpose of providing collaborative reference, communication and delivery services, staff development training and grant administration for the diverse public libraries in the tri-county area.

ILS Staff

Executive Director Diane Bednarski (626) 283-5949