Randallstown of the Baltimore County Public Library

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The Randallstown Branch is currently closed for renovation but will reopen on Thursday, June 29 at 11:30 a.m. No book drop is currently available.  Meeting room bookings are not available. Learn more about the branch's renovation...

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Hours

Wheelchair accessible symbol.8604 Liberty Road 
Randallstown, Maryland 21133-4797

 

Bookmobile stops in shopping center parking lot on Fridays 1:30 to 3 p.m.

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Services

In addition to book, CD and DVD collections for all ages, this branch offers the following:

 

The Randallstown Branch Is Getting a Makeover!
 

The Randallstown Branch is currently closed for renovation but will reopen on Thursday, June 29 at 11:30 a.m.
 

The renovated branch will include 29,000 square feet of library space; 30+ public computers; free WiFi, laptop bars with plenty of places to plug in; a large meeting room for public use and library events; enlarged and enclosed children’s area; an enclosed teen space; a larger collection of print and audio-visual library materials; three study rooms; an enclosed quiet reading room; digital media displays; new shelving; spacious and comfortable new seating; single use and collaborative workspaces; updated public restrooms; and, last but not least, BCPL's newest Center of Excellence, The CoLab, a computer/technology/make-create space.

 

Photos of the Renovation

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Thank you for your patience during this time. We can't wait to share the new space with you! Please note the following during the closure:
 

Friends

 

Mission Statement

 

Through monetary gifts and community outreach:

  • Increase the Randallstown Branch's services, facilities, and resource
  • Promote the public's use of the library

 

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History

 

About This Branch

 

The Randallstown Library opened in October 1967 in a 29,000 square foot building. Construction cost was $475,000. On May 5, 2001 an early morning one-alarm fire damaged the roof and workroom areas and caused extensive smoke and water damage to the stack area. In July 2001, the Randallstown Mini Library operated from a trailer parked in the branch parking lot. It provided full-time service, adult and children's fiction and non-fiction, audio visual materials, and 10 public computers. On April 29, 2002 the renovated Randallstown Library reopened as a full service library.

 

 

About This Community

 

Christopher Randall settled in Anne Arundel County in the year 1679. There he purchased three tracts of land totaling nearly 1,000 acres, and named them Randall's Fancy, Randall's Purchase, and Randall's Range. Randall died in 1684, leaving behind his wife Johanna, and his sons Christopher Randall Jr. and Thomas Randall. The family later moved to Northwest Baltimore County (ca. 1719), where the area known as Randallstown preserves their name.

 

 

Additional Information

 

BCPL's collection contains materials on Randallstown. The website for the Liberty Senior Center may also be of interest.

 

 


Revised: June 19, 2017