Open since 1993, the Carmel Valley Branch Library was designed by Architect Rusty Coombs, featuring open and airy entrances with an outdoor sitting area. Public art is incorporated into the building with Philip Merlin Matzigkeit's friezes and mosaics, and Mary Buckman's bronze sculpture. The large collection and high circulation make this one of the busiest branch libraries in the City of San Diego. The community room is used often for a large variety of functions, including children's, civic and cultural events.
Babies & Toddlers
Babies & Toddlers, Pre-readers (3-6), Elementary (7-8)
Adult, Older Adults
Parking - 64 parking spaces, including 2 disability accessible spaces
Computers for Public Use - 11 available
Meeting/Study Rooms - 1 meeting room with 140 capacity
Outdoor Space - Patio spaces connected to community room, children and teen areas