703-689-2700 | TTY: 711
From August 22–October 17, 2018, work will be done in the parking lot of the Reston Regional Library. This will not affect access or the internal environment of the library. There may be some dust and a bit of noise. Thank you for your patience
The Reston Regional Library is located in the heart of Reston and is vital to a community that lives, works and plays in Reston. One of the busiest branches in the Fairfax County Public Library system, Reston Regional Library circulates more than a million items a year and has a dynamic collection of more than 150,000 items.
For children, there is a separate wing with everything from board books for infants to chapter books for school-age readers, as well as special programs and a full-service children's information desk.
The Reston Regional Library has a large collection of newspapers and magazines (both in print and through online databases). For new Americans, we have material to learn English plus foreign magazines and a growing collection of Spanish language books.
Since Reston is a special planned community, the library maintains an in-depth file on the history of Reston and has indexed the Reston Times newspaper. For people who are visually impaired there is a selection of large print books and special equipment. This branch also has meeting rooms available for community groups. Finally, for those looking for a quiet place to study, there is a Quiet Study room and individual study carrels.
The renovation of Reston Regional Library is part of redevelopment plan occurring in Reston. You can follow the progress on the Department of Public Works and Environmental Services Reston Town Center North page.
Branch Manager: Katilyn Miller
Board Trustee Member: Sheila Janega - Hunter Mill District
Volunteer Coordinator: Donna Heneberry (find volunteer opportunities at Reston)
Friends Group President: Brian Jacoby
Access Services: One computer with ZoomText software
Display Case: One
Book Sale: Ongoing.
Large book sales twice a year.
Reservations can be made for regular hours and extended hours.
(Number of chairs limited, call branch to check availability)
Meeting Room: capacity 80
Quiet Study Room: Yes
Children's Area: Children's Information Desk, two catalogs, Children's Collection
Special Collections: Spanish Language Collection, Reston Collection
Internet Access: 18 Internet stations with Microsoft Office plus wireless access is available.
Parking: 100 parking spaces, 5 handicapped
Please call the library to see when the foreign language speaker is available.
Bulgarian, Chinese, German, Hindi, Macedonian, Polish, Russian, Spanish, Thai, Vietnamese
Microform Reader-Printer: Prints can be made for 15¢ a page. New microform readers also allow saving data to your USB drive.
1: Hours and location
2: Renew books and account information or items being held for you
4: Information desk, reference information and homework, place a hold
5: Children services, library programs
6: Inquire about adult fiction or non-fiction, meeting room reservations
7: Repeat the menu
Mark Baughman (LBC&W)
12000 Government Center Pkwy
Fairfax, VA 22035