East End

As of the last census, the East End Branch serves approximately 27,000 residents of the City of Richmond, including neighborhoods of Fairmount, Church Hill, Union Hill, Fulton Hill, Fairfield, Oakwood, and Shockoe Slip.

(804) 646-4474

1200 N. 25th Street
Richmond, Virginia 23223


Branch Manager - Adam Zimmerli

Hours

SundayClosed
Monday10am - 6pm
Tuesday10am - 8pm
Wednesday10am - 6pm
Thursday10am - 8pm
Friday10am - 6pm
Saturday10am - 5pm

Features

FAXING

Local and Toll-free: $.50/page Long distance: $1.00 (out-going only).

NOTARY

Free - Please call ahead for availability.

PARKING

Parking lot has a total of 16 spaces and 2 handicapped spaces. There is some on-street parking around the library.

PHOTOCOPYING/SCANNING

Black & white: $.15/page. Scanning - Free, requires a flash drive. The library offers flash drives for $3.00.

PUBLIC ACCESS COMPUTERS

17 public computers and 2 children's computers. Printing - Black & white: $.15/page Color: $.50/page

WI-FI

Free

Meeting Room

MEETING ROOM
DETAILS
East End Branch offers one event space to the public. The East End Meeting Room seats a maximum of 48 people and offers a lectern, ceiling-mounted LCD projector, pulldown screen, a whiteboard, 8 tables, and 50 chairs. There are four outlets located throughout the room.

GUIDELINES
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.

Upcoming Events at East End

READ Center

Thu

21

Mar
 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm

 East End Meeting Room

The Read Center's mission is to help adults with low-level literacy develop basic reading and communication skills. Classroom instruction, one-to-one tutoring and an adult literary curriculum with educational resources to support st...

Teen Color Time

Thu

21

Mar
 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm

 East End Children's Dept.

Teens...do you love to color? Come in, relax, and create beautiful artwork with our assortment of coloring books, colored pencils and markers.

Classics You Forgot to Read

Thu

21

Mar
 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm

 East End Meeting Room

A Tree Grows in Brooklyn, Their Eyes Were Watching God, Love in the Time of Cholera. Modern classics we all know and love - but maybe forgot to actually read along the way. Join us in 2019 for this new book club, Classics You Forgot To ...