The Old Logan Heights Library building located at 811 S. 28th Street was built in 1927 and used as a branch library until 2009 when the new Logan Heights Library opened. The approximately 2,960 square foot building is situated in an urban environment with no designated onsite parking. It is in need of extensive upgrades, including electrical, mechanical, plumbing, roofing, windows and adaptations to allow access for people with disabilities.
This project will rehabilitate the Old Logan Heights Library building. The City of San Diego will work with community members and other stakeholders to gather feedback through forums, focus groups and surveys to determine the best future use of the building and if the project scope will extend beyond the previously mentioned upgrades.
Budget & Anticipated Schedule
The Old Logan Heights Library Renovation Project is in the early planning stages, so a budget and anticipated schedule are not yet available. Those details will be added to this page as they become available.
Survey to Determine Future Use of the Existing Building
Below are the conceptual designs of the options for the future use of the Old Logan Heights Library building that were presented to the community. Residents were asked to vote on the potential options in a month-long survey that started Nov. 15 and ended Dec. 15. The data from this survey is currently being reviewed. City staff will schedule presentations with the Barrio Logan and Southeastern Community Planning Groups to share the survey results once they have been finalized. Details of those future meetings will be included on this webpage once they are scheduled.
Upcoming Community Meetings
There are no upcoming community meeting presentations scheduled at this time.
Past Community Meetings
For questions about this project contact the Engineering & Captial Projects Department at 619-533-4207, email email@example.com or submit your inquiry online. Please reference "Old Logan Heights Library Renovation Project" in your inquiry.