Buildings and Mobile Service
The Williamsburg Regional Library consists of two buildings and Mobile Library Services.
The same library card may be used at all locations.
515 Scotland Street, Williamsburg, VA 23185
The Williamsburg Library houses approximately 180,000 volumes and covers 40,000 square feet. Wireless access is available throughout the library. This library offers a theatre, art gallery, and meeting rooms. The library is located at the Williamsburg Municipal Center with free parking. The Williamsburg Library opened 1973, and was expanded/renovated in 1981 and 1998.
7770 Croaker Road, Williamsburg, VA 23188
Exit 231A from I-64
The James City County Library covers 35,000 square feet and houses about 150,000 volumes and many behind-the-scenes work areas. It features meeting rooms and a computer lab. Wireless access is available throughout the library. Ample parking is available. This library was funded through a James City County bond referendum in March 1994 and was opened in July 1996.
The library extends services beyond the walls of its buildings and out into the community. The Mobile Library Services (MLS) departments, part of the Adult and Youth Services divisions, play a central role in delivering regularly scheduled service to residents who are the least able to visit the library. These audiences include children in preschools and childcare centers, youth who have limited ability to get to library buildings from where they live, homebound adults, and residents living in adult care centers.
Mobile Library Services vans deliver:
*Story times and programs
*Reference help and advice for readers
*Computer access to the library's catalog, its databases, and the Internet
*Free library card registration