One of El Paso’s libraries was named one of the most unique libraries in the United States!

The Esperanza Acosta Moreno Branch Library of the El Paso Public Library system is being billed as one of America's 10 Most Unique Libraries in an article featured in the Huffington Post today (July 1, 2014).

The article is excerpt from a book by photographer Robert Dawson entitled The Public Library: A Photographic Essay (Princeton Architectural Press, April 2014).

The Esperanza Acosta Moreno Branch is located at 12480 Pebble Hills in far-east El Paso near Montana Vista.

It opened in November of 2006 as part of the 2000 Quality of Life bond election. It is 20,000 square feet and offers a full array of library services to the area including a state of the art computer lab, a community meeting room, private reading areas and programs for the whole family.

In 2013, it served 130,419 visitors and checked out 151,325 items.

For more information call 921-7001 or visit elpasolibrary.org.