Building size: 7100 sq. ft. Children's area with Family Place Teen Space Book Drop for returning items accessible 24 hours nearby libraries
George Nye Jr. Library has:
Public computers: 4 Children's computers: 6 Early literacy computers: 1 Free Wi-fi
Computer policies for the County Library
friends of the library Friends of the Lakewood Libraries is a volunteer-run organization that supports the library and library events - join today to get involved!
Friends of the Lakewood Libraries provides these service(s) to support the library:
Friends of the Library DVD Rentals Friends of the Library Book Sale library history
On February 22, 1973, the City of Lakewood, in cooperation with the County of Los Angeles Public Library, opened the George Nye, Jr. Library.
The library is named for Lakewood Mayor George H. Nye, Jr. who died while serving in office in May 1971.
The library is the second in the city and serves the population of the eastern area of the city which includes eight elementary schools, a middle school, and a high school.
Friends of the Library group was formed in 1972 and supports both Lakewood libraries - George Nye, Jr. and Angelo M. Iacoboni. political representatives
U.S. Congressional District 38: Linda T. Sanchez California State Assembly District 63: Anthony Rendon California State Senate District 32: Tony Mendoza County Supervisorial District 4: Don Knabe local links ABC Unified School District: Information about the school district including school profiles. Cerritos College: General information on Cerritos College, which serves the cities of Artesia, Bellflower, Lakewood, Hawaiian Gardens and Norwalk. Lakewood Friends of the Library: The Lakewood Friends of the library is a group of individuals who help the library promote literacy in the City of Lakewood. Lakewood Online: City issues, public information, calendar of events, council agendas. Updated twice a week. Invites active citizenship via two-way links with city government for local news and submission of city service and information requests. Long Beach Unified School District: Links to the school district and other educational resources in the local community. Press Telegram: Online local news and information service from the Long Beach Press Telegram, a local newspaper that serves the area. Includes local sports and entertainment news. Find more local links on delicious.