Alamitos Neighborhood Library
The Alamitos Neighborhood Library is currently closed for renovations.
In 1895 a group of women formed the Alamitos Library Association. Jotham Bixby Sr. donated this land in 1897 and funds were raised to construct the first library building. The current building, a 7,475 sq ft replica of a castle in Spain with wrought iron railings, decorated beams, and a patio with an art tile fountain, opened in January 1929. In 1997, the Alamitos Neighborhood Library celebrated 100 years of service to the community. The library is named after the community it serves, Alamitos Heights.
- Public Computers
- Free Wifi
- Wireless Printing, fees apply
- Copier, fees apply
- Community Meeting Room, fees apply
- Family Learning Center
- Air Conditioning
- Rose Garden Reading Courtyard
- Exterior Book Drop for after hours returns
- Accessible Main Entrance
- Access to Community Meeting Room on second floor is by stairway only
- Free Street Parking
- Bike Stands
- 21, 22, 111, 112
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