All San Diego Public Library locations will be closed on Monday, January 21 for Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
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.
Middle Grades (9-12), Young Adults (13-17)
Emerging Adults (18-25), Adult, Older Adults
Elementary (7-8), Middle Grades (9-12), Young Adults (13-17)
Babies & Toddlers, Pre-readers (3-6)
Public Transportation - Bus Route 105
Parking - 24 parking spaces, including 2 disability accessible spaces
Computers for Public Use - 18 available