The Sierra Madre Temporary Library is re-opening its doors on Monday, January 8, 2024, with regular operational hours.
By News Desk
The Sierra Madre Public Library has been temporarily relocated to 350 W Sierra Madre Blvd, for the duration of the Library Meaningful Improvement Project funded by $10.6M in state and federal grants.
The renovation of the Library at 440 W Sierra Madre Blvd. may take up to 2 years and includes a 5,000 square foot expansion, an additional south facing entrance, updating the building for seismic and ADA, and updating the Library grounds. For more information on the Library Meaningful Improvement Project, please use the QR code below:
The temporary library hours are as follow:
- Monday- Wednesday: 11:00 am to 8:00 pm
- Thursday: 10:00 am to 6:00 pm
- Friday: CLOSED
- Saturday: 10:00 am to 6:00 pm
- Sunday: CLOSED
While the Library will be able to continue to serve the public during renovations, it will be in a limited capacity:
- Reduced collection size: The Library was only able to bring about 1/3 of their current collection to the temporary location (the rest of have been moved to offsite storage and will remain in storage until renovations are complete).
- Color and black and white photocopying available
- Limited study and seating space available
- Public Wi-Fi, it is not currently available. (In the process)
- Public printing, it is not currently available. (In the process)
- Public computers and laptops are currently not available. (In the process)
- Staff assisted catalog searching is available
- Limited Library programming
- Limited archival services
- Online, phone, and in-person reference services available
For more information, call the Library at (626) 355-7186.
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