Built as a model for future construction, the Skyline Hills Library opened in 2016 as one of the most modern and efficient buildings in the City of San Diego. The single-story, 15,000-square-foot facility was designed to address the needs of the Skyline Hills and Paradise Hills communities. A large community room and kitchen provide space for educational and cultural events throughout the year. The library includes children and teen spaces, study areas, a computer lab and a designated homework space for students. This new library replaces the former 4,400-square-foot library building at 480 South Meadowbrook Drive which was outdated and no longer adequate to serve this dynamic neighborhood.
Elementary School Age
Parking - 90 parking spaces
Public Transportation - Bus Routes 4, 11 and 962
Computers for Public Use - 52 available
Meeting/Study Rooms -
1 meeting room with capacity for 252 people (177 chairs)
4 study rooms with capacity for 6 people each