Dating back to the 1930s, the library sits in the heart of Kensington adjacent to a City park with benches, a big grassy area and a playground for young children. The library holds many programs in the park, including baby-toddler story times and musical events. In 1962, the library building was remodeled and expanded but at 2,300 square feet it is the smallest of all the city libraries. Without a dedicated parking lot, patrons often walk or bike to the library.
Public Transportation - Bus Route 11
Computers for Public Use - 6 available
Outdoor Space - Grassy park and playground area
Language Collections - Spanish-language materials available