The city expects to welcome homeless San Diegans to sleep in its old Central Library later this month.
Mayor Todd Gloria’s office said the city is preparing the long-vacant downtown library to accommodate 26 beds this winter and to get final approval from the fire marshal to shelter unhoused residents there.
SAN DIEGO — San Diego residents can give their opinions on the future of the city’s 36-branch library system by participating in an online survey that will be available through April 17.
The input will help city officials create a new library master plan in the post COVID-19 world. The plan will guide how branches operate, which services they provide and what role technology will play.
“To craft a blueprint for a state-of-the-art, forward-looking library system, we need to hear from the residents who will benefit from its programs and services,”