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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


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Facts about Funded Projects:

45 Public Library Buildings Funded

1.5 Million New or Improved Square Feet


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



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Acton-Agua Dulce Library

County Of Los Angeles


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Alameda Main Library

City of Alameda


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Bruggemeyer Memorial Library

City of Monterey Park


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Calabasas Public Library

City of Calabasas


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Camarillo Library

City of Camarillo


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


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Castro Valley Library

County of Alameda


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Castroville Library

County of Monterey


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Dorris Library

City of Dorris


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Fairfield Cordelia Library

City of Fairfield


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Fontana Library

City of Fontana



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



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Haskett Branch Library

City of Anaheim


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Hercules Public Library

City of Hercules


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Hesperia Branch Library

City of Hesperia


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Highland Branch Library

City of Highland


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Ingleside Branch Library

City & County of San Francisco


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


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Julian Branch Library

County of San Diego


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Lafayette Library

City of Lafayette


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Lawndale Library

County of Los Angeles


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Lincoln Public Library

City of Lincoln


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Logan Heights Branch Library

City of San Diego


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MacArthur Park Branch Library

City of Long Beach


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Universal AccessAll provide access for people with disabilities.


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Manor Branch Library

City of San Leandro


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Mariners Library

City of Newport Beach


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Mendota Branch Library

County of Fresno


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Murrieta Public Library

City of Murrieta


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National City Public Library

City of National City


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North Natomas Library

City of Sacramento


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



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Orange Cove Library

County of Fresno


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Pickleweed Library

City of San Rafael



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Redwood Shores Library

City of Redwood City


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Richmond Branch Library

City & County of San Francisco


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


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San Diego Main Library

City of San Diego


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San Mateo Main Library

City of San Mateo


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Santa Maria Public Library

City of Santa Maria


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Sierra Valley Library

County of Sierra



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Temecula Public Library

City of Temecula


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Tranquillity Branch Library

County of Fresno


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Victoria Gardens Library

City of Rancho Cucamonga


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Visalia Library

County of Tulare


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



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