Center for 21st Century Skills and Learning

The City of Dublin is constructing improvements in partnership with Alameda County Library to create a unique multi-function space at the Dublin Library. The construction period will be from July 2016 through late-fall 2016 and during that time the City will make every effort with its contractor to minimize the impact on adjacent spaces and public uses. The improvements will occur in the Dublin Library’s expansion space which is adjacent to the Children’s Area and Program Room.

Once complete, the newly renovated space will become a multipurpose learning center where the library can offer digital story times, gaming, coding classes, music and movement, arts programs and classes for all ages. 


Fast Facts

Size: 1,432 SF

Total Library Space:  Currently the Dublin Library occupies 29,945 SF; at completion of this project, total occupied space will be 31,409 SF.

Technology: A video wall, and sound system will enable the library to offer virtual Town Halls, live streaming of current events, and multi-media programs including movies, music and virtual classrooms. 

Furnishings:  New furniture includes lightweight tables and chairs, easily reconfigured to accommodate different needs from small group learning to assembly style for special events.

Construction Cost:  $424,000

Funding:  Architectural Services, Project Management and Construction is funded by the City of Dublin.  Furnishings and technology are funded by the Alameda County Library.

Architect:  Marana Chow, Bull Stockwell Allen

Contractor:  A&E Emaar Company

The City and Library look forward to the completion of this project and appreciate the public’s patience while the project is under construction. If you have any further questions please contact Rosemary Alex, Parks and Facilities Development Coordinator at 925-833-6646 or via email at



Fremont Main Library Phone