Situated at the southern end of Clairemont, the library was built in 1958 for a cost of $84,766. It was the 13th branch in the San Diego Public Library system. The library has been retrofitted several times over the years with modern amenities including air-conditioning and automatic doors, but the building is preserved in a mid-century style. Patrons with a valid library card can request use of the 3-D printer to design and print materials.
Adults, Older Adults
Storytime for Preschoolers and a Craft
Wi-Fi available during open hours
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Public Transportation - Bus Route 105
Parking - 24 parking spaces, including 2 disability accessible spaces
Computers for Public Use - 18 available