509 40th St. South
Birmingham, Alabama, 35222
The Avondale Regional Branch Library was established as an autonomous library in 1908. In 1913, the Avondale library became a branch of the Birmingham Public Library System.
2100 Park Place
Birmingham, Alabama, 35203
The mission of the Birmingham Public Library is to provide the highest quality library service to citizens for life long learning, cultural enrichment and enjoyment.
900 14th St.
Ensley, Alabama, 35218
East Ensley opened its doors in 1965 to serve Moore Elementary School, Councill Elementary School, Western-Olin High School and the neighborhood. In 1995 East Ensley branch library was renovated.
4500 Montevallo Road
Birmingham, Alabama, 35210
Opened in 1982, the Eastwood Branch has consistently had high circulation as a popular materials library.
Neighborhood:Mountain Brook, Crestline, English Villages
50 Oak Street
Mountain Brook, AL, 35213
The Emmet O'Neal Library is in the heart of Mountain Brook and offers an amazing variety of resources and programs for people of all ages.
1201 25th St. North
Ensley, Alabama, 35234
Ensley established the first free public library in Jefferson County, Alabama on July 12, 1906 with more than 2,000 people attending the grand opening. In 1911, the Ensley Library became a branch of the Birmingham Public Library.
4812 Ave. West
Birmingham, Alabama, 35208
The Five Points West Regional Branch Library began as the Central Park Library in the middle 1930s.
Neighborhood:Homewood/Lakeshore/Green Springs/Valley Ave.
1721 Oxmoor Road
Birmingham, Alabama, 35209
The Homewood Public Library provides materials and services to help community residents obtain information to meet their personal, cultural, educational, and professional needs.
Features: Live Music
200 Municipal Drive
Hoover, Alabama, 35216
The overall purpose of the Hoover Public Library is to serve all the citizens of Hoover by offering the services, resources, and facilities to fulfill their informational, educational, cultural, and recreational needs and interests.
4100 40th Terrace North
Birmingham, Alabama, 35217
The building which formerly housed the Inglenook Fire Station was converted and established as the Inglenook Branch Library in 1979.
501 43rd St. North
Birmingham, Alabama, 35222
North Avondale Branch Library was first established as the Georgia Road Negro Branch Library when it opened in November 1961.
2501 31st Ave. North
Birmingham, Alabama, 35207
The North Birmingham Regional Branch Library was established in 1926. The current 14,000 square foot facility was opened on October 2, 1994.
1916 25th Court N
Birmingham, Alabama, 35234
The Slossfield Branch Library was established in June of 1964.
1814 11th Ave. South
Birmingham, Alabama, 35205
It was through their deep love of libraries and intellectual pursuits that Dr. Parke and his wife Amy Smith gave their home to the city for use as a branch library. The present building, designed to complement existing local structures, opened its doors on March 17, 1996.
Neighborhood:Vestavia Hills/Cahaba Heights
1112 Montgomery Highway
Vestavia Hills, Alabama, 35216
It is the mission of The Vestavia Hills Public Library to be a leader in the community’s cultural, intellectual, economic, and environmental stewardship by offering access for all ages to a diverse and relevant collection of materials.
1241 Tuscaloosa Ave. SW
Birmingham, Alabama, 35211
An extension of the Birmingham Public Library.
5709 1st Ave N
Birmingham, Alabama, 35212
Woodlawn became a part of Birmingham in 1910. In 1911 the library was presented to the City of Birmingham to become the first branch library in the city system.