Opened on August 28, 2010, the Robbie Waters Pocket-Greenhaven Library proudly serves the Pocket-Greenhaven neighborhood and surrounding communities. In addition to serving the general public as a branch of the Sacramento Public Library, the library shares its facilities with the School of Engineering & Sciences, an open-enrollment school serving 7th through 12th grade students who would like to pursue careers in engineering and sciences.
Strongly supported by the community and the Friends of the Library, the library branch holds a LEED Silver accreditation for its many ecological design elements, including recycled materials, drought tolerant landscaping, and motion sensor lighting. It contains a collection of 67,000 items, has 15 public internet access terminals plus 20 Netbooks available for in-library use, RFID technology, and a community meeting room that seats 82 people.
The branch also features two areas especially for youth. The enclosed teen area offers booth seating, four internet access terminals, and tables featuring electrical outlets for easy use of portable technology. The Ready to Read room is especially for the youngest library patrons, those aged 0-5, and provides a variety of early literacy activity stations. This room was paid for, in part, by a generous donation by the Fong family in memory of Michelle Fong Beam.
7335 Gloria Drive, Sacramento, CA 95831
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