The Lemoore Branch of the Kings County Library was first opened in March of 1912. The original library was so small it was later used as a chicken house. Having quickly outgrown this home, the library was moved into the First National Bank Building on the corner of "D" Street and Fox Street. The library remained in this building until 1960 when the current building was opened at the Corner of "C" Street and Hill Street. The building was remodeled and expanded in 1981 when the patio was enclosed.
The City of Lemoore was incorporated in 1900. It is mainly agricultural, but, also boasts the Naval Air Station. Lemoore is a quaint family-friendly city. It has several schools, churches and its own police department. Local employers are the City of Lemoore, Leprino, and West Hills College. For more information about Lemoore go to: www.lemoore.com