PUBLIC LIBRARIES

Happiest Holidays!
All Brevard County Libraries will be closed
Sunday, December 24
Monday, December 25
Tuesday, December 26
and
Monday, January 1, 2018
We wish the best for all our library patrons during this season.

Special Christmas Sale!
Get the three-volume set of the History of Brevard County for the discounted price of
only $60!
($6 S & H)


Brevard County History Vol 2            Brevard County History Vol 1           Brevard County Photographic Memories    

This is a great gift idea for newcomers and long-time residents both. Anyone interested in the history of the Space Coast from the Ais Indians to the Space Shuttle needs to read these books.
Please contact mboonstra@brev.org or call 321-633-1794
to reserve your set today.

Enriching The Brevard Community's Knowledge

Brevard County Libraries Automated Phone LineBrevard County Libraries enables people of all ages to improve their quality of life by providing information and enrichment through traditional resources and new technology. The library system currently has over 1.2 million volumes in the collection, including more than 112,000 video recordings and 61,900 sound recordings. Your library card is valid at all locations, and materials are loaned between locations through a daily courier service.



Mission Statement

Brevard County Libraries enables people of all ages to improve their quality of life by providing information and enrichment through traditional resources and new technology.

Vision Statement

We will be recognized as a Library System that excels in providing efficient, modern, accessible and customer oriented services.

System Description

Brevard County LibrariesBrevard County Libraries currently has over 1.2 million volumes in the collection. The libraries also own over 112,000 DVD and video recordings and more than 61,900 sound recordings. Your library card is valid at all locations, and materials are loaned between locations through a daily courier service.

Special genealogy collections are located at the Central, Melbourne and Titusville libraries.

Each library maintains special collections for the physically and visually handicapped. These include a circulating collection of large print books and handheld assistive devices such as magnifiers. Large print terminals with special magnification and reading software are also available.
 
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