There is Something for Everyone at These Public Libraries

Manassas Libraries

Many great resources are available to the public at the Prince William Public Library System in Manassas’ three main libraries. Most of these locations provide free Internet WiFi connections and other high-tech resources. This way, you can take a step away from the traditional stacks of books and librarians to help you find the information you need. Here are the names of these libraries, followed by the details needed to find which one is best for you.

Bull Run Regional Library

Housing over 200,000 books, the Bull Run Library offers a large amount to everyone. The children’s books section is huge, there are many audiobooks, and this library also provides 30 internet-connected PC computers and a special quiet study room. Books can be taken out with self-checkout. The staff is quite friendly, knowledgeable, and helpful. The phone number is (703) 792-4500. Call for any assistance you need, today. It is located at 8051 Ashton Ave, Manassas, VA 20109.

Central Community Library

This main branch library has all the services traditionally available in a public library. Plus, they have an excellent separate kids’ area. The parking is quite good, and the location is, indeed, quite central for Manassas citizens. Their phone number is (703) 792-8360, and they are located at 8601, Mathis Ave, Manassas, VA 20110.

Nokesville Neighborhood Library

Sometimes great things come in small packages, and this library embodies that idea. This is a cozy little library that perfectly fits the character of the small town of Nokesville. This library offers most of the same services as the larger ones, just in less quantity. There are 2 Internet PCs for the public to use. Although it is small in size, this library still offers FAX service, story time, and adult books. You can call them on the phone at (703) 792-5665 or visit in person at 12993 Fitzwater Dr, Nokesville 20181.


The Prince William library system in Manassas has many libraries that offer many different resources to the community depending on the variety of needs that come up in each area. They even provide an online Readers’ Advisory that helps fiction readers locate the greatest titles and authors. Over 90,000 novel titles are available in their database. Make a point of visiting one or more of these local libraries to see just how much they have to offer. You can find the books you want to read, available to check out for free, as well as many other public resources that can help you in your everyday life.

February 24, 2017
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