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Chapter 4-D: Library Branches


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Baltimore County Public Library

Administrative Offices
320 York Road
Towson, Maryland 21204-5179
410-887-6100; TTY : via Maryland Relay

Mobile Site:


Deaf or hearing or speech impaired customers and TTY users can reach the following branches and the Administrative Offices through Maryland Relay.


  • Arbutus
    855 Sulphur Spring Road
    Arbutus, Maryland 21227-2745


  • Catonsville
    1100 Frederick Road
    Catonsville, Maryland 21228-5031


  • Cockeysville
    9833 Greenside Drive
    Cockeysville, Maryland 21030-5097


  • Essex
    1110 Eastern Boulevard
    Essex, Maryland 21221-3497


  • Hereford
    16940 York Road
    Monkton, Maryland 21111-1025


  • Lansdowne
    500 Third Avenue
    Lansdowne, Maryland 21227-3128


  • Loch Raven
    1046 Taylor Avenue
    Towson, Maryland 21286-8312


  • North Point
    1716 Merritt Boulevard
    Baltimore, Maryland 21222-3295


  • Owings Mills
    County Campus Metro Center at Owings Mills
    10302 Grand Central Avenue
    Owings Mills, Maryland 21117



  • Perry Hall
    9685 Honeygo Boulevard
    Baltimore, Maryland 21128


  • Pikesville
    1301 Reisterstown Road
    Baltimore, Maryland 21208-4195


  • Randallstown
    8604 Liberty Road
    Randallstown, Maryland 21133-4797


  • Reisterstown
    21 Cockeys Mill Road
    Reisterstown, Maryland 21136-1285


  • Rosedale
    6105 Kenwood Avenue
    Baltimore, Maryland 21237-2097


  • Sollers Point
    323 Sollers Point Road
    Baltimore, Maryland 21222-6169


  • Towson
    320 York Road
    Towson, Maryland 21204-5179


  • White Marsh
    8133 Sandpiper Circle
    Baltimore, Maryland 21236-4973


  • Woodlawn
    1811 Woodlawn Drive
    Baltimore, Maryland 21207-4074


Baltimore County Public Library - Ask A Question (opens in new window)
(opens in new window) We offer several ways to ask a question. When our librarians are not available, Maryland AskUsNow!, (opens in new window) a 24 hours 7 days a week live online interactive chat service is available. It uses the expertise of librarians across the United States to provide Maryland residents and students of Maryland educational institutions with answers to questions, research guidance, and help navigating the Internet. Maryland librarians participate during assigned business hours. Questions needing local expertise are sent to Baltimore County Public Libraries for follow-up as needed.


Baltimore County Public Library - Mobile Library Services
North Point Branch
1716 Merritt Boulevard
Baltimore, Maryland 21222-3295
410-887-7586 or 410-887-7255
Four bookmobiles serve Baltimore County residents. Library on the Go Senior and Library on the Go Junior make community stops including senior centers and retirement homes around Baltimore County. and visit special needs schools. Read Rover and Read Rover Plus provides library services to licensed child care centers in Baltimore County. Stories and or programs are presented at each scheduled Read Rover stop.


Maryland State Library for the Blind and Physically Handicapped
415 Park Avenue
Baltimore, Maryland 21201-3603
410-230-2424 ( Baltimore Metro Area ); 800-964-9209 (Outside Baltimore Metro Area); TTY: 410-333-8679
Hours: Monday - Friday 8 a m-5 p m ; second Saturday of the month 10 a m - 2 p m
Provides comprehensive library services to the eligible blind and physically handicapped residents of the State of Maryland. Contact them...


Lends digital and cassette talking books, Braille, large print books, and descriptive videos for those unable to read standard print. Books and magazines in the collection are recorded at a slower speed than conventional recordings. Although you will need the special equipment loaned by the library to listen to their materials, you can play commercial audiotapes on the equipment. Textbooks, curriculum designed materials and popular music recordings are not available. Information on sources for this material may be obtained upon request. Materials and equipment circulated through the mail free of charge or through walk-in service.


  • InfoEyes (opens in new window)
    A nationwide reference service for people with a visual impairment or other print limitation. InfoEyes allows customers to ask a librarian to help find information on almost any subject. Customers can ask questions via email or “ask a librarian” in real time via chat. The Maryland State Library for the Blind and Physically Handicapped participates. Call 410-230-2424 for information.


Revised: September 7, 2016