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  2. 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.

  3. Branches | Library - Fairfax County, Virginia

    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.

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  7. Fairfax Library Calendar - Library Home

    Learn about library eBooks and eAudiobooks, as well as how to access them on your compatible device! Call for an appointment; please bring your charged device and associated password(s). Adults.

  8. A–Z Online Resources - Fairfax County

    Provides a wide range of resources for genealogical and historical research. It includes records from the U.S. Census; military records; court, land and probate records; vital and church records; directories; petitions for naturalization; passenger lists and more. Available in library branches.

  9. The library offers free access to eBooks and eAudiobooks, which are digital books that you can read or listen to on a computer or a portable device. You will need a Fairfax County Public Library card in order to access eBook services that the library subscribes to, including: Libby, by OverDrive - eBook and eAudiobook collection accessible through an app or browser.

  10. Fairfax County Public Library - Wikipedia

    FCPL is headquartered in Suite 324 of The Fairfax County Government Centerin unincorporatedFairfax County, Virginia, United States. [3][1] Hennen's American Public Library Ratings(HAPLR) has ranked the system among the top 10 libraries in the United States (for its size of 500,000+ residents) five times in the past 10 years. [4] Description[edit] According to the library's timeline, the Fairfax County Library was established in 1939.[5]