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Public Library Buildings funded by the Library Bond Act of 2000 Facts about Funded Projects: 45 Public Library Buildings Funded 1.5 Million New or Improved Square Feet Local Matching Funds Required 35% Local Match – 65% State Grant $100+ Million Local Funds Generated

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Public Library Buildingsfunded by theLibrary Bond Act of 2000


Facts about Funded Projects:

45 Public Library Buildings Funded

1.5 Million New or Improved Square Feet


Local Matching Funds Required35% Local Match – 65% State Grant$100+ Million Local Funds Generated


81st Avenue Branch Library

City of Oakland


Acton-Agua Dulce Library

County Of Los Angeles


Alameda Main Library

City of Alameda


Bruggemeyer Memorial Library

City of Monterey Park


Calabasas Public Library

City of Calabasas


Camarillo Library

City of Camarillo


Homework CentersMost projects are Joint-use Libraries that focus on serving K-12 students with Homework Centers.


Castro Valley Library

County of Alameda


Castroville Library

County of Monterey


Dorris Library

City of Dorris


Fairfield Cordelia Library

City of Fairfield


Fontana Library

City of Fontana


Frazier Park Branch Library

County of Kern


Family Literacy CentersMany have Family Literacy Centers that help adults and children learn to read.


Harbor Gateway – Harbor City Branch Library

City of Los Angeles


Haskett Branch Library

City of Anaheim


Hercules Public Library

City of Hercules


Hesperia Branch Library

City of Hesperia


Highland Branch Library

City of Highland


Ingleside Branch Library

City & County of San Francisco


Career CentersSome have Career Centers to assist job seekers and expand economic development opportunities.


Julian Branch Library

County of San Diego


Lafayette Library

City of Lafayette


Lawndale Library

County of Los Angeles


Lincoln Public Library

City of Lincoln


Logan Heights Branch Library

City of San Diego


MacArthur Park Branch Library

City of Long Beach


Universal AccessAll provide access for people with disabilities.


Manor Branch Library

City of San Leandro


Mariners Library

City of Newport Beach


Mendota Branch Library

County of Fresno


Murrieta Public Library

City of Murrieta


National City Public Library

City of National City


North Natomas Library

City of Sacramento


New LibrariesAbout half of the projects are new libraries built where none existed previously.


Orange (City) Main Library

City of Orange


Orange Cove Library

County of Fresno


Pickleweed Library

City of San Rafael


Redding – Shasta County Library

County of Shasta


Redwood Shores Library

City of Redwood City


Richmond Branch Library

City & County of San Francisco


Replace & RemodelThe other half replace or remodel worn out libraries. The oldest was built in 1888.


San Diego Main Library

City of San Diego


San Mateo Main Library

City of San Mateo


Santa Maria Public Library

City of Santa Maria


Sierra Valley Library

County of Sierra


South Oxnard Branch Library

City of Oxnard


Temecula Public Library

City of Temecula


Tranquillity Branch Library

County of Fresno


Victoria Gardens Library

City of Rancho Cucamonga


Visalia Library

County of Tulare


More information about each project is available on the California State Library website (www.library.ca.gov)


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