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Oak Park Library

 

Prior to the building's construction, the location of the Oak Park Library was a popular bookmobile stop in the 1950s. In order to meet a growing demand from library patrons in the community, the City purchased the land and built the current 5,200-square-foot building at a cost of $152,364. The library was dedicated in 1969. A few years later, the Oak Park Community Council was formed to advocate for the library and other community services. Thanks to a grant from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, the Oak Park Library was able to purchase additional public computers and expand its technology services for the community.


Upcoming Events

Apr 3
12am - 12am
Today
11am - 12pm

LEGO Builders Club

All Ages, Babies/Toddlers, Preschoolers, Elementary School Age, Middle School Age, Teens, Emerging Adults, Adults, Older Adults

May 29
9:30am - 11am

Pokémon Themed Event for Able Adult

Emerging Adults, Adults, Older Adults

May 30
4:30pm - 5:30pm

LEGO Builders Club

Babies/Toddlers, Preschoolers, Elementary School Age, Middle School Age

Jun 8
11am - 12:30pm

Family Biking - San Diego County Bike Coalition

Middle School Age, Teens, Emerging Adults, Adults, Older Adults

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  • Front area outside the Oak Park Library Front area outside the Oak Park Library
  • Reading area inside the Oak Park Library Reading area inside the Oak Park Library

Wi-Fi available during open hours

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Amenities

Parking - 10 parking spaces with additional parking available on the street.

Public Transportation - MTS Trolley Orange Line and Bus Route 955

Computers for Public Use - 12 available

Outdoor Space

Special Collections

Language Collections