Del Mar Library closed on Sunday, Dec. 2, for renovations

The Del Mar branch of the San Diego County Library will be temporarily closed for renovations on Sunday, Dec. 2.

Due to the extent of the work involved, it has been determined that more than one day is required to complete the job.  Since the library is already closed to the public on Mondays, the least disruption to public service will be to close the  branch on Sunday afternoon, Dec. 2. The Del Mar branch is scheduled to reopen on Tuesday, Dec. 4, at 9:30 a.m.

Please contact the San Diego County Library at (858) 694-3152 with any questions.

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