LA County Library Reopening Additional Libraries for Select In-Person Service

30 Additional Libraries will Reopen for
In-Person Service on May 10

LA County Library is pleased to announce it will reopen an additional 30 of its 85 libraries for select in-person service beginning May 10, as Los Angeles County nears the yellow tier of the State’s Blueprint for a Safer Economy. The scheduled reopening will raise the total number of reopened libraries to 60 across LA County.

LA County Library will safely reopen its libraries at 75% capacity, while also maintaining 6-feet of physical distance for customers. In preparation for reopening additional doors to the public, LA County Library is working diligently to ensure safety protocols are met and appropriate preventative measures are in place.

The additional libraries that are scheduled to reopen are part of a phased reopening plan that prioritizes library openings based on geographic location, building availability, and the ability to accommodate physical distance guidelines and Public Health protocols. The Library has placed an emphasis on equity with special consideration for reopening libraries in underserved areas where residents prioritize in-person services.

The additional libraries that are scheduled to reopen starting May 10 include:

A C Bilbrew Library

Gardena Mayme Dear Library

Norwalk Library

Acton Agua Dulce Library

Hacienda Heights Library

Paramount Library

Agoura Hills Library

Hermosa Beach Library

Pico Rivera Library

Artesia Library

La Canada Flintridge Library

San Gabriel Library

Baldwin Park Library

La Mirada Library

Sorensen Library

Castaic Library

La Puente Library

Sunkist Library

City Terrace Library

La Verne Library

Topanga Library

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Library

Live Oak Library

Walnut Library

East Rancho Dominguez Library

Lloyd Taber – Marina Del Rey Library

Willowbrook Library

El Camino Real Library

Lynwood Library

Wiseburn Library

Additional libraries across the county will be added to the Library’s reopening plan. To view the current list of reopened libraries, please visit the Library Reopening web page. Outdoor programming for a limited number of participants will begin in early summer 2021 and will be available at select libraries. A schedule of upcoming events will be added to the library’s website and will be disseminated to Library newsletter subscribers. County residents are encouraged to visit for details regarding library hours, services, additional openings, safety protocols and scheduled events and programs.

Sidewalk Service and Bookdrops will remain available at participating libraries. LA County Library continues to offer enhanced digital offerings at, including a temporary digital library card to access eBooks, audiobooks, magazines, movies, online classes, and more. Library program videos are also available on LA County Library’s YouTube channel.

Library Header