7340 24th Street Bypass, Sacramento, CA 95822
Opened in May 1970, the Martin Luther King, Jr. Regional Library serves the Airport-Meadowview Community. As a Regional Library, it has the largest, most diverse collection in the south county and serves people from a wide geographic area.
The book collection is approximately 110,000 volumes, 30,000 of which are children’s books. The collection contains materials in Chinese, Hmong, Russian, Spanish, and Vietnamese. The library houses a collection of materials about Martin Luther King, Jr. which includes adult and children’s books, audio tapes, and videos. Another special collection is the Samuel C. Pannell African American Collection, established in memory of the late Sacramento City Councilman, which contains adult fiction and non-fiction written by or about African Americans.
The King library has 30 Internet terminals.