The Central library is located at 7111 Talbert Ave.

The size of the Central Library is 115,000 square feet (10,700 m as of 2009.

The building encompasses 9,034 square feet (839.3 m).

At the time it was built it was part of the Civic Center.

Located 5 blocks up from the Huntington Beach pier at 525 Main Street, this Branch is a pleasant oasis in the heart of downtown Huntington Beach.

The Huntington Beach Public Library and Cultural Center (HBPL) is located in Huntington Beach, California.

This medium-sized public library offers online databases, print and electronic books and magazines, children's programs, computer lab, DVD movies, CD music and books on CD for anyone with a Huntington Beach library card. Free wireless access is available at all locations without a card.

The library is financed and governed by the City of Huntington Beach, California.

Volunteers also subsidize the library system by selling used books, operating a gift shop, and running charitable events.

In 2015 volunteers donated 57,731 hours towards the library. The Dion Neutra designed facility opened in 1975 and was expanded by Huntington Beach architects Anthony and Langford in 1994.

The Central library has seven meeting rooms available for rental to help support the library system.