The County of Los Angeles Public Library is the 6th largest public library system in the United States which serves residents living in 51 of the 88 incorporated cities of Los Angeles County, California. United States and those living in unincorporated areas resulting in a service area extending over 3,000 square miles (7,800 km2).
... order, Honorees alphabetized by last name * Unincorporated area **Unincorporated Los Angeles County Acton/Agua Dulce Brevidoro Library 33792 Crown Valley Road, Acton ... California 90704 310-510-1050 Baldwin Park Library 4181 Baldwin Park Boulevard, Baldwin Park, California 91706-3203 626-962-6947 Bell Gardens Library 7110 South Garfield Avenue, Bell Gardens ... Bilbrew Library ** 150 East El Segundo Boulevard, Los Angeles, California 90061-2356 310-538-3350 Clifton M ...
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