Fairfax Libraries collects and stores documents and multimedia records which they make available to the public. Libraries operate at the Fairfax local level, or they may be part of an university, a private organization, or a government agency. Fairfax libraries contain books, magazines, movies, music, and online and digital documents, including ebooks. They may also provide a searchable database to locate government documents such as Fairfax vital records, government agency reports, and records on individuals and businesses. Libraries also offer events and services, including story times, book clubs, and classes, as well as reference services. Some library services may be restricted to residents of Fairfax, Virginia, who may be required to apply for a library card. County libraries provide information about their records and services online.
Fairfax County Library Fairfax VA 12000 Government Center Parkway 22035 703-324-3100
National Institute for Public Policy Fairfax VA 9302 Lee Highway 22031 703-293-9181