4799 Stockton Blvd., Sacramento, CA 95820
Colonial Heights Library is located at the corner of 21st Avenue and Stockton Boulevard and serves people located within a nine-square-mile area. The library opened in 1989, replacing the Mabel Gillis, Fruitridge, and Oak Park libraries. The library is easily accessible by public transportation.
Colonial Heights has a total of 13 computer terminals for internet use. Two of the internet terminals are express (20 minute) computers and one terminal is for children. The collection has over 60,000 titles. The library has a community room that is regularly used for library programs. The community room is also available for community group meetings and activities.
The Sacramento Public Library Foundation sponsors a Homework Center at the Colonial Heights Library. The Homework Center was opened in September 1998. The tutors are usually hired through Sacramento State University. The center is available for 1st through 8th grade students, and applications to be a part of the program are available at the library. The center also accepts drop-in students when there is available space.