|In March of 1955, Council approved an ordinance for acquisition of land at Belmont and Ellwood for a new library branch. The architectural firm of Budina and Freeman was commissioned to prepare plans for the new branch. The groundbreaking occurred in April of that year.|
3100 Ellwood Avenue
|Branch Manager - Barbara Booth|
|Monday||Closed Presidents' Day|
|Tuesday||10am - 6pm|
|Wednesday||10am - 8pm|
|Thursday||10am - 6pm|
|Friday||10am - 6pm|
|Saturday||10am - 5pm|
Local and Toll-free: $.50/page Long distance: $1.00 (out-going only).
Free - Please call ahead for availability
Parking lot has a total of 16 spaces and 2 handicapped spaces. There is some on-street parking around the library.
Black & white: $.15/page. Scanning - Free, requires a flash drive. The library offers flash drives for $3.00.
Public Access Computers
17 public computers, 2 children's computers, and 1 family computer. Printing - Black & white: $.15/page Color: $.50/page.
Belmont Library offers one event space to the public. The Belmont Meeting Room offers a lectern, ceiling-mounted LCD projector, pulldown screen, 5 tables, and 20 chairs. There are four outlets located throughout the room.
Guests are expected to configure tables and chairs, and also return them to their original configuration. Rooms are booked a minimum of 2 weeks in advance, and maximum of 2 months in advance.
One-to-one Computer Help
Call us to schedule your one-to-one help session to learn more about computers or other technology.
Convenient to Carytown, Arts and Museum District
Belmont is within walking distance to local shops, restaurants, and museums. Visit Carytown’s many locally owned stores and boutiques or grab a bite to eat in one of its unique restaurants. A few blocks away, you’ll also find the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts and the Virginia Museum of History and Culture.