Signal Hill Library
1770 E. Hill Street
(562) 989-7323 Phone
(562) 989-7392 Fax
12:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. Monday, Tuesday and Thursday
10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Wednesday, Friday and Saturday
Closed Sundays and City Holidays
7:30 am - 4:30 pm
The Signal Hill Library was originally located at the Signal Hill City Hall. In April 1979, the library moved to its present site at the former Signal Hill Fire Station, next to the Civic Center and Police Department. The Library collection includes: young adult, fiction, non-fiction, reference, large print, oversized for adults and children, Spanish language and Khmer language, periodicals, and a best sellers' collection, DVDs, and books on CD. Approximately 90,000 items are circulated annually with a book collection of more than 28,000 volumes. Home to student and active adult activities, high school and collegiate volunteers, the library is a vital part of the Signal Hill community.
Signal Hill Public Library Celebrates 85 Years
Signal Hill Public Library will celebrate its 85th birthday this year! While we celebrate the accomplishments and service of the past, we are also excited about our future. Our new logo and motto represent our pledge to continue to provide the best resources, services, and programs for our community.