Albert George Branch Library

9230 Gene Street
Needville, TX 77461

979-793-4270

Mission Statement

The mission of Fort Bend County Libraries is to provide an environment of lifelong learning and enrichment for the entire, diverse community, through responsive service and access to timely and accurate resources.

History Of Albert George Branch Library

Albert George Branch Library opened in November 1974, and was named for Fort Bend County philanthropist Albert George; the George family was very important to the early development of the Fort Bend County library system. The George Foundation funded construction of the original 4,900-square-foot library, designed by Wylie W. Vale & Associates, Wylie W. Vale, Design Architect. The land for the library site was donated by the Needville Chamber of Commerce and the Needville Lion's Club. In 1997, the branch was renovated with bond funds to include a new entrance, meeting room and restroom facilities, bringing the total square footage to 6,680.

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