All Richmond Public Library locations will close at 1 PM on Wednesday, November 25. All locations will be closed Thursday, November 26 and Friday, November 27 for Thanksgiving Day. Our regular hours will resume on Saturday, November 28.

All Richmond Public Library locations are now providing Express services with computer access by appointment. Visit our Reopening Page to learn more about our phased reopening plan and what services are expanding.

Westover Hills

Groundbreaking for the Westover Hills Library began in November of 1958.


1408 Westover Hills Boulevard
Richmond, Virginia 23225

Branch Manager - Tori Nunnally


Wednesday 10:00am - 1:00pm: Limited
Thursday closed: Thanksgiving
Friday closed: Thanksgiving
Saturday 1:00pm - 5:00pm: Limited
Sunday closed
Monday 10:00am - 5:00pm: Limited
Tuesday 10:00am - 5:00pm: Limited

Available Services

  • curbside services
  • computers by appointment
  • Features

    RPL Express

    Visit our RPL Express page to learn more Phase II or our reopening plan.

    Curbside Services

    Visit our Curbside Pick Up Service page to learn more about all the services being offered during this phase of our reopening.


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


    No notary services available at this time - check another location


    Parking lot has a total of 18 spaces and 2 handicapped spaces. There is some on-street parking around the library.



    Meeting Room

    Westover Hills Branch offers one event space to the public. The Westover Hills meeting room seats 45 people, offers a lectern, ceiling-mounted LCD projector with VGA, S-Video and HDMI inputs, DVD player (hooked up to the projector), ceiling-mounted speakers, pulldown screen, 5 tables, and 40 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.

    Available by reservation.

    Rain Garden Project

    The Westover Hills Advisory Group began the Rain Garden project in 2015 and has completed three phases so far. The Group received numerous private donations as well as a grant from the Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay, a donation from Dominion Resources, support from the Richmond Public Library Foundation, and a donation from Kathy Graziano. The most recent phase, pictured, is a living filter strip, installed with the help of Dominion Volunteers.

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