Jun 16, 2022 3 min read

City Presents Plans For Ocean View Library Relocation

Government officials led a virtual public meeting for the replacement of Ocean View Branch Library and collect community feedback.

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A rendering of the proposed Ocean View Branch Library location. 
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The San Francisco Public Library unveiled plans to relocate the library from 345 Randolph St. to the open space at 100 Orizaba Ave. on Wednesday, June 8.

The Randolph Street location is currently the smallest branch in the system. It was built during the tenure of Mayor Willie Brown.

At 42-feet high, the proposed building will be three stories with around 31,700 square feet. It will be built around existing trees and include bicycle parking on-site with no vehicle parking. It will have facilities for new books, reading rooms, a community meeting area, partner organization offices and a children’s section. The third floor will be dedicated to administrative space, public use, social services and philanthropic use.

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