The San Ysidro Library is located at 4235 Beyer Boulevard, west of Interstate 805. The library opened on Sept. 7, 2019 and serves the communities of San Ysidro and Otay Mesa West. As an educational resource and gathering space for the community, the library expects to have more than 55,000 patron visits a year.
The 15,000 square-foot facility was designed with input from the community and is more than three-times the size of the original San Ysidro Library, built in 1924. It features modern amenities, including designated children and teen areas, study and meeting spaces, a computer lab, a maker space with 3D printer, a multi-purpose community room and an outdoor movie screen.
Emerging Adults, Adults, Older Adults
San Diego Public Library is proud to announce our newest makerspace focused on Digital Textile Arts. This makerspace features 3D printers, vinyl cutter, sewing and embroidery machines. Check the Library Calendar of Events for beginner workshops and regular programs offered. Learn how to use our 3D printer, sewing machines, and other exciting, innovative equipment. Assistance will be available. Se habla español.
Parking - 66 parking spaces
Public Transportation -
MTS Trolley - UC San Diego Blue Line
MTS Bus Route 906 and 907
Computers for Public Use - 27 adult and 12 children
Meeting/Study Rooms -
Community Room has capacity for 200 people
5 study rooms with capacity for 6 people each