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Rowland Heights Library
1850 Nogales St.
Desiree Lee, Library Manager
All County of Los Angeles Public Libraries are closed Monday, February 15th in observance of Presidents Day.
The Rowland Heights Library will close for renovation starting Monday, February 15, 2016.
Visit the Express Library at the Carolyn Rosas Park beginning Thursday, February 18th to pick up holds and return materials.
Carolyn Rosas Park
For full library service, please visit the following nearby libraries:
Funding for this project provided by County of Los Angeles Supervisor Don Knabe and the County of Los Angeles Library. The renovation is expected to be completed by late Fall 2016.
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Friends of the Rowland Heights Library is a volunteer-run organization that supports the library and library events - join today to get involved!
Friends of the Rowland Heights Library provides these service(s) to support the library:
Originally Rowland Heights, an unincorporated area of Los Angeles County, was part of the Workman Temple Homestead in California's rancho days.
Since the 1990's Rowland Heights has been in a steadily upward growth mode, serving an estimated (1996) population of 48,488 plus surrounding areas.
Rowland Heights Library opened in Eastwood Shopping Center on July 21, 1971. The Library moved to its current building on Nogales on April 20, 1979. It was refurbished in 1990.
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