Regional Branch Hours:
703-790-8088 | TTY: 711
In 1974 a modest community library opened in the Peachtree of McLean apartment complex. Local population growth soon made construction of a larger library necessary, and the 25,000 square-foot Tysons-Pimmit Regional Library opened on October 26, 1985, with a collection of 80,000 materials.
Today the recently renovated branch offers an array of library services for users of all ages from a richly diverse community. These include quiet and group study rooms, a Wi-Fi bar for customers to use with their own devices, more meeting space and a large children’s area, among other infrastructure and facility upgrades. The library was built following green building standards.
The collection of more than 100,000 materials has been refreshed with many new items. Help using our ebooks, English language learning programs, and book clubs are among the special programming provided. We also provide a wide variety of year-round story times for children, including regular story times in Spanish. Staff and volunteers are committed to making the library a comfortable and friendly setting to read, reflect and learn.
Branch Manager: Daniela Dixon
Board Trustee Member: Darren Ewing - Dranesville District
Volunteer Coordinator: Linda Prante (find volunteer opportunities at Tysons-Pimmit)
Friends Group President: Janelle Blanchard
Access Services: Reserved parking places are available for vehicles with handicapped tags or stickers.
Book Sales: For information about sales or making book donations, call 703-790-4031 or email email@example.com.
Reservations can be made for regular hours and extended hours (Number of chairs limited, call branch to check availability).
Meeting Room: capacity 80
Conference Room: capacity 12
Group Study Room: 2 rooms with capacity 4
Quiet Study Room: Yes
Internet Access: 18 Internet stations with Windows 10 and Office 2013 plus wireless access is available.
Parking: Plentiful surface parking.
Spanish, Russian, Italian, Turkish, Tagalog, Farsi. Please call library to check on staff availability.
1: Hours and location
2: Renew books and account information, overdue and lost books
4: Reference information, to place a hold on an item, to check the shelves for a title, meeting room reservations, program information and reservations, school visits or tours
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Architect for the Pimmit Library renovation
Ritter Norton Architects