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.
Babies/Toddlers, Preschoolers, Elementary School Age, Middle School Age, Teens
Adults, Older Adults
Preschoolers, Elementary School Age, Middle School Age
Middle School Age, Teens, Emerging Adults
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)