New three-level, 41,000 SF stone and wood structure built in contemporary Bay Area craftsman style. It serves as a community hub for the Glenn Seaborg Learning Consortium, a “first-ever” collaboration among some of the Bay Area’s most prestigious educational and cultural organizations. Guest speakers, workshops, films, and enrichment activities are offered to the community. The library houses a collection of 117,000 books and audiovisual materials, 44 public computers, a technology lab, wireless connection, 186 reader seats, art and science discovery center, second floor café, art gallery, meeting room, serving kitchen, and City’s Emergency Operations Center. The facility also features a community hall with 161-seat capacity, performance platform, and an outdoor amphitheater that includes a cast-in-place concrete seating, exterior lighting, and sound equipment. Two and a half levels of parking are below the community and library space. The library includes green elements including photovoltaic cells.