History of the Reisterstown Road Branch
The Reisterstown Road Library opened to the public on July 18, 1967. The building was designed by the architects, Tatar and Kelly and was financed with library loan funds approved by Baltimore city voters. The modern 2 story brick structure featured air conditioning, a ramp for handicapped access and large areas for adult, young adult and juvenile readers. The branch served the northwest Baltimore community for forty-one years before closing for much needed renovations and technology upgrades. After a three year closure, the library reopened its doors to the public with an expanded collection of books, 32 new public computers, Wi-Fi access and an two community meeting rooms.