Centreville Regional Library
14200 St. Germain
Centreville, VA 20121-2299
Centreville has had a public library since May 4, 1970, when the original library opened in a lower-level storefront at the Newgate shopping center. The area is known for its rich Civil War history as well as its dairy farms. The library's present site is on the grounds of the DeBell farm, one of the area’s last dairy farms. The DeBell farmhouse was relocated off New Braddock Road behind the Centreville Methodist Church where it remains as a local historical landmark.
The Centreville Regional Library opened on May 18, 1992. It is located at the corner of Machen Road and St. Germain Drive, just off Rt. 29. The 30,000-square-foot building houses over 130,000 items, including collections in Spanish and Korean as well as materials for learning English.
Access Services : One computer with Zoomtext software, magnifier, and podium with microphone in meeting room
Display Cases : Two
Book Sale : Ongoing
Special Collections: Spanish and Korean language collection
Meeting Areas: - Reservations can be made for
regular hours and extended hours.
(Number of chairs limited, call branch to check availability)
Meeting Room: capacity 122
Conference Room : capacity 15
Quiet Study Room: Yes
Internet Access : 18 Internet stations with Microsoft Office plus wireless access is available.
Parking : 215 parking spaces, 4 handicapped
Please call the library to see when the foreign language speaker is available. Arabic, American Sign Language, Farsi, Korean, and Spanish
1: Hours and location
2: Renewals, books on hold, overdues, fines, and circulation
4: Reference, shelf check, place materials on hold, reserve a meeting room
Friends of the Centreville Regional Library
The Bull Run Civil War Round Table
Helbing Lipp, Ltd.