Updated March 22, 2021
Express services available at all locations for in-person visits of up to 30 minutes daily:
while curbside services continue to be offered Monday–Saturday 10 a.m.–4 p.m. (Learn more about curbside services.)
Normal circulation procedures resumed on August 1, 2020. This includes:
All library locations have limited wireless internet access. External 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. Inside WiFi use is limited to Express Services time constraints.
Yes. The library has many digital materials, including eBooks, eAudiobooks, Online Courses, and Research Databases. You will need a Library Card, if you do not already have one. If you are new to the library's digital resources, visit Getting Started with Digital for more details. You may also request a "Grab and Go" bag of books — a staff selected set of books based on reading level and preferences — by calling your local branch.
Yes. The library's online library card application will provide you with a temporary card number or you can visit your local branch.
Hold pick-up is available via Curbside Services during Curbside hours or self-pickup during Express Service hours. Please check your account for pick-up dates.
Fairfax County Public Library branches will not resume in-person programming until Virginia enters Phase 4 of the COVID recovery - but many programs are being held online! Some details are provided on this guide's Digital Programs tabs. Check out a full list of our digital program offerings and register to attend, where required, using our event calendar.
All meeting room bookings are canceled at this time.
No donated materials are accepted at this time.
The Access Services library is currently open and providing services in person, via phone, mail, email, Overdrive, and BARD to our Talking Books, and Home Delivery customers.
Thank you for your patience and support during this time.