- There are public computers throughout the building. They are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Guest passes are available for any visitors who do not have a Loudoun County Public Library card. All computers are connected to black and white printers, located at the service desks.
- For wireless printing, connect your personal device to the library’s WiFi network and the printers should appear in the list of destination options. These printers are located near Group Study Room Z on the second floor. Please speak with a library staff member for further instruction.
Meeting rooms are available free of charge for public use and can be reserved up to 60 days in advance. Please refer to the Meeting Room Guidelines for more information. Audio-visual equipment is available in each meeting room. Click here to reserve a meeting room.
- Meeting Room A seats 150 people
- Meeting Room B seats 18 people
A variety of private study rooms (Rooms A-F) and small group study rooms (Rooms X, Y, Z and the Teen Area study room) are available for drop-in use on a first-come, first-served basis.
The Quiet Study room, located on the second floor, is a shared space with 12 individual desks. It’s available on a first-come, first-served basis for those customers who prefer a quieter work environment. Users are respectfully asked to silence their devices and step out of the room to accept phone calls.
LCPL holds a Public Performance License for a large collections of movies to be shown in the branch.
Free Notary services are provided by appointment. Please call the branch at 571-258-3998 to schedule.
Some important information before you come in for notary service:
- Documents must be signed in the presence of the Notary Public after the presentation of a valid photo ID.
- Certified copies of birth, death or marriage certificates are not available through a Notary Public and can be requested by the issuing government office.
- Staff cannot service as witnesses. If your document requires witnesses, you will need to bring these individuals with you at your scheduled appointment time.
The Makerspace is open during regular hours. Please call the library for details about availability. Some small fees for supplies or printing may apply. Please visit LCPL's makerspace page for more information. Brambleton Library's makerspace features:
- 3D printers
- Sewing machines, serger and embroidery machine
- Small sound booth with music editing software
- Heat press
- Laminator machine
- Ellison die cutter
- Digitization equipment: VHS-to-DVD capabilities, as well as devices to convert most popular formats
- Little Bits and Makey Makey
- Coding for all ages with Ozobots, Spheros and Bloxels
- 3D carving machine
Brambleton Library currently accepts small donations of gently used books.
Brambleton Library has an ongoing used book sale on the second floor. Follow the Friends of the Brambleton Library on Facebook for updates on future donation dates.
The Friends of the Brambleton Library, an independent 501c3 organization, fundraises and advocates on behalf of Brambleton Library. To learn more about FOBL and its current activities, visit foblib.org.
If you're interested in supporting Brambleton Library by joining the Friends, please contact the group directly at:
Friends of the Brambleton Library
22850 Brambleton Plaza
Brambleton, VA 20148