CONTACT INFORMATION: Office: 8:00–4:30 M–F. Branch hours vary. Please call your branch's direct line with account and eBook questions.
703-324-3100 TTY 711
12000 Government Center Parkway, Suite 324
Fairfax, VA 22035
Jessica Hudson

What We Do

There are 23 FCPL branch locations spread across Fairfax County. Eight regional branches offer extended hours of operation. All branch locations offer: Events and programs; Meeting rooms; Public computers and free WiFi. The Access Services branch, located in the Fairfax County Government Center, serves customers with special needs.

Note: As of April, 2020, Lorton Library is closed for renovation. More details coming soon!

Enter an address, ZIP Code, or FCPS school in the map search bar to find the nearest libraries, or use the pointer tool to click a location on the map. Double click anywhere on the map to zoom in. Click the "layers" icon to explore options like schools and supervisor districts.
You can also view the Library Locator application in full-screen mode. You can also see a non-interactive list of all branches and their respective contact information and hours.

Book Sales

The book sale at your local branch is a great way to discover a classic gem, find a terrific gift, or complete your collection.

Meeting Rooms and Group Study Rooms

The Fairfax County Public Library has meeting room space available at no charge for use by nonprofit organizations and individuals for educational, cultural and informational community meetings and programs. Library-sponsored programs receive first priority. The fact that a group is permitted to meet at the public library does not in any way constitute an endorsement of the group's policies or beliefs. The Library Board of Trustees is the final authority in granting or refusing permission for the use of the room. Some rooms are available after-hours, please click the “Info” bubble for specific room details.

Programs and events

We strive to sponsor events that educate and entertain while connecting people with others who share common interests and goals. Our events include author talks, book clubs for all ages, English conversation groups, technology workshops, writers’ groups, preschool story times, STEM-related children’s activities and much more. Visit our events calendar page to see what's happening near you.

Gadgets and Gizmos

The library offers more than 400 public computers at our 23 branches. Each computer provides Internet access as well as Microsoft Office. Customers can print or make copies in black and white for $0.15 and in color for $1. (Printing not available at Access Services branch.) Scanning to USB is free.

All branches offer free Wi-Fi access.

All library locations have wireless internet access.
WiFi access is available from parking lots from 6 am–10 pm, seven days a week. There is no wifi access in the City of Fairfax Regional Library parking garage, Herndon Library parking log, or at Access Services.

Wireless printing is available for all library cardholders. Send a print job from your laptop or desktop computer at home, or from your mobile device while visiting one of our locations. Learn more in our Wireless Printing Guide.

Many branches offer computer-related instruction. Visit the library’s Calendar of Events to search for a class.

City of Fairfax and Reston Regional branches offer new microform readers. Printing from the microform readers is $0.15 per page. Customers can also save data to a USB drive.

Computer use is free. Guest passes are available at no charge at the in-branch kiosks.

Sessions on library workstations are 30 minutes long. Sessions may extend beyond 30 minutes if no other users are waiting.

Information may be saved to customer CDs or flash drives. The Fairfax Library Foundation sells flash drives for $8 (cash only) at library branches for the convenience of customers.

Parents or guardians are responsible for the Internet information accessed by their children.


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