891 Watt Avenue, Sacramento, CA 95864
Originally established as a contract station of the Sacramento County Library System in the Arden School in 1948, the branch was moved to the Arden Town Shopping Center in 1951, and to its current location at the corner of Watt Avenue and Northrop in 1971.
Its prime location provides library service for people from all parts of Sacramento and surrounding communities as well as being a highly valued "neighborhood" library.
The Community Room hosts story times and special programs for children of all ages. Many of these programs are sponsored by the Arden-Dimick Friends of the Library. The Community Room is also well used as a location for programs of community interest and education. Arden-Dimick Library also features an attractive children’s area and a new teen corner.
The library holds over 75,000 items which includes one of the largest collections of Deaf Services materials in the system, as well as a very popular offering of new large-print books. Many items in the collection are purchased with donations from patrons and from the Affiliate Friends group. Thanks to donations like these, Arden-Dimick Library is able to offer a wide variety of both fiction and non-fiction materials.