Library

Fairfax County, Virginia

 

CONTACT INFORMATION:

Office: 8:30–4:30 M–F. Branch hours vary.

703-324-3100 | TTY 711

12000 Government Center Parkway, Suite 324
Fairfax, VA 22035

Jessica Hudson, Director

WHAT WE DO

Fairfax County Public Library Mission—We build community and promote literacies through programming, community spaces, technologies, and collections of educational and recreational resources. We are anchored by the following values which guide us in our vision and the fulfillment of our mission: Collaborative, Community Focused, Service Oriented, Learning Focused, Innovative, Adaptable, and Positive. FCPL is the essential (re)source to inform, engage, and inspire our community.

Learn More

 

 

 
 
 
Tax Help at Your Library. Listen to All Things Irish. Join Ritorno a Musica for an open rehearsal of their spring repertoire. Songs on Our Road to Freedom. 6-Part Lecture Series on World War II. Practice your Russian language conversation skills with a native-speaking volunteer. The library offers a collection of more than 1,000 all-in-one read-along books. Paris Noir: African Americans in the City of Light. DMV Services at the Library. Ikebana For Kids. Raising backyard chickens as a source for high quality fresh eggs, meat or as pets. Learn the basics of creating, editing, and saving documents in cloud services like Google Drive and Microsoft OneDrive.
 

Homework Help Online and In-Branch

The Library offers online resources to help your student succeed from the first day of kindergarten through SAT and ACT test prep.

  • Books—print and online
  • Magazine and newspaper articles
  • Specialty databases with in-depth coverage of various topics
  • Test prep for SAT, ACT and AP exams
  • Free Wi-Fi and computer access

Stop by your branch and our staff will help you find the best resources for any assignment.

Databases for Homework

You will also find great online database resources: