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Van Nuys Branch Library

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Exterior view of the Van Nuys Library
Address:
6250 Sylmar Ave
Van Nuys, CA 91401
Phone:
818-756-8453
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The Van Nuys Branch is temporarily closed for renovations designed to improve your library experience.

When the library reopens in Summer 2020, you’ll find:

  • Redesigned check-out and information areas for easier use
  • Upgraded reading and children’s areas
  • New shelving, flooring, and lighting
  • Renovated restrooms
  • New and improved technology including more self-service options, tech kiosks, and a high-resolution scanner

We apologize for the inconvenience during the renovation and encourage you to visit our nearby branches:

rendering of redesigned interior space

rendering of redesigned interior space

rendering of redesigned interior space

Upcoming Events at Van Nuys Branch Library
There are no scheduled events for this branch.

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