Miami-Dade Public Library System - Branches

Branches

  • Main Library (Downtown Miami, Miami)
  • Allapattah (Allapattah, Miami)
  • California Club (Ives Estates, Miami)
  • Civic Center (Civic Center, Miami)
  • Coconut Grove (Coconut Grove, Miami)
  • Concord (Westwood Lakes, Miami)
  • Coral Gables (Coral Gables)
  • Coral Reef (Palmetto Bay)
  • Country Walk (Country Walk, Miami)
  • Culmer/Overtown (Overtown, Miami)
  • Doral (Doral)
  • Edison Center (Edison Courts area of Little Haiti, Miami)
  • Fairlawn (Fairlawn area of West Miami, but also serves Flagami, Miami)
  • Golden Glades (Golden Glades, Miami)
  • Hialeah Gardens (Hialeah Gardens)
  • Hispanic (Little Havana, Miami)
  • Homestead (Homestead)
  • International Mall (Doral, next to International Mall and near Dolphin Mall)
  • Kendale Lakes (Kendale Lakes, Miami)
  • Kendall (Kendall, Miami)
  • Key Biscayne (Key Biscayne)
  • Lakes of the Meadow (Kendall West, Miami)
  • Lemon City (Lemon City, Little Haiti, Miami)
  • Little River (Little River, Little Haiti, Miami)
  • Miami Beach Regional (South Beach, Miami Beach)
  • Miami Lakes (Miami Lakes)
  • Miami Springs (Miami Springs)
  • Model City (Liberty City, Miami)
  • Naranja (Naranja, Homestead)
  • North Dade Regional (Carol City, Miami Gardens)
  • North Central (West Little River, Miami)
  • North Shore (North Beach, Miami Beach)
  • Northeast (Aventura)
  • Opa-locka (Opa-Locka)
  • Palm Springs North (Palm Sprngs North, Miami)
  • Palmetto Bay (Palmetto Bay)
  • Pinecrest (Pinecrest, on the grounds of Pinecrest Gardens/the former Parrot Jungle)
  • South Dade Regional (Cutler Ridge, Cutler Bay)
  • Shenandoah (Little Havana, Miami)
  • South Miami (South Miami)
  • South Shore (South Beach, Miami Beach)
  • Sunny Isles (Sunny Isles Beach)
  • Sunset (Sunset, Miami)
  • Tamiami (Tamiami, Miami)
  • Virrick Park (Virrick Park, Coconut Grove, Miami)
  • West Dade Regional (Westchester, Miami)
  • West Flagler (Coral Gables)
  • West Kendall Regional (The Hammocks, Miami)

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