As the fourth branch library in the City of San Diego, Logan Heights Library first opened in 1915. Years later, the library moved to a larger space at Logan Avenue and 28th Street where it served the growing community for more than 80 years. Still one of the busiest for patron visits, the current 25,000-square-foot facility opened in 2009 through a partnership with the San Diego Unified School District, adjacent to Memorial Charter Middle School and the King/Chavez Academy of Excellence. Logan Heights Library features a large community room, computer lab and a cultural center for programs, exhibits and displays.
San Diego Public Library is proud to announce our newest makerspace. Featuring a music studio, makerspace, and multimedia stations. Beginner workshops and regular programs to be offered.
Parking - 186 parking spaces
Public Transportation -
Bus Route 3 and 916
MTS Trolley Orange Line and UC San Diego Blue Line
Computers for Public Use - 69 available
Meeting/Study Rooms -
• Community Room - 300 people
• Cultural Center - 40 people
• Seminar Rooms (3 available)