Computers & Wi-Fi
The Library provides access to computers for use by the public. Use of the computers is free, with a charge of 10 cents per page for printing. The Library provides free Wi-Fi service for those who bring their own devices with wireless capability into the branch.
- Meeting rooms can be reserved up to sixty days in advance.
- A variety of assistive listening devices and audio-visual equipment is available in each meeting room.
- Large Meeting Room seats 150
- Conference Room A seats 12
- Conference Room B seats 16
- Computer lab has 15 student computers and one leader station
- Small Study Rooms are available on a first come, first served basis
- Clubs and non-profit organizations can meet free of charge, but for-profit organizations are charged a fee, as listed in our Facilities Use Policy.
- LCPL holds a Public Performance License that allows many movies to be shown in the branch. Search movies.
Click here to reserve a meeting room
A.V. Symington Teen Center
The A.V. Symington Teen Center at Rust Library is a place designed for and by students in middle and high school. With thousands of books, 24 computers, gaming systems with wide-screen TVs, two (2) Macs, board games and a maker station, the Teen Center is a place to be creative, play games, hang out, study, and read. Learn more about Loudoun County Public Library's teen services.
The Rust Library is home to the Symington Press, which makes high quality paperback books. You may print books from a catalog of millions of titles or print your own creative work. Click here to learn about pricing or to schedule a printing.
Donations & Book Sales
The Rust Library accepts donations of one box or bag of books, DVDs or CDs per week. The Rust Library has a small ongoing book sale and a large annual sale in early December.
Loudoun County Public Library is a Senior Navigator location.