The Burlingame Public Library is the main library for the City of Burlingame, California. The collection contains 216,579 volumes and circulates 610,061 items per year. The library serves a population of 35,602 residents. The Burlingame Public Library was established as a free public library by city ordinance October 11, 1909 by a group of public spirited citizens. The first books were supplied by the Burlingame Women’s Club, Burlingame Improvement Club, and the Burlingame Board of Trade. The Library opened in September 11, 1911 in a local Bank building.
Burlingame Library Main
The Easton Branch Library is located on the corner of Easton Drive and Cabrillo Avenue, where it has served the citizens of North Burlingame for 75 years. The structure itself was built in 1927 and originally served as the clubhouse for the North Burlingame Women's Club. It was later sold to the City of Burlingame for use as a library, and the Easton Branch of the Burlingame Public Library opened in 1943.