- Books, talking books on CD, DVDs, magazines and newspapers for all ages
- Materials in English, Spanish, Korean and Vietnamese
- E-books and E-audio
- Public computers with Internet, Microsoft Office, fax, scan, print, and copy
- Public meeting rooms(s) reservation at the library front desk and online.
- Access to Westlaw
- Three study rooms
- Homework Center: Tuesdays- Thursday afternoons
- Free wireless Internet
- Programs and events for children and adults, and much more.
- Local Friends group: Friends of the Marina Library
About Marina Branch
Marina, a city facing Monterey Bay, was incorporated in 1975, just three years after its founder died. In 1912, William Locke-Paddon, a San Francisco real estate man, purchased 1500 acres of the Pueblo Tract No. 1, City Lands of Monterey and divided it into small plots. Marina is the Spanish word for “shore” or “seacoast”.
The Marina branch was established on April 24, 1916. The Marina Library opened in its present location September 2007, and the new building included a wing to house the administrative headquarters for the Monterey County Free Libraries System, anchoring a countywide system of neighborhood branches.
Statistics 2014 / Population Estim. 2015:
Estimated population: 22,535
Marina Branch became affiliated with MCFL April 24, 1916. It was moved to its current location in 2007.
Square Footage: 22,535 sq ft