North Tampa Branch Library

8916 North Boulevard
Tampa, FL 33604

813-273-3652

About Us:

The North Tampa Branch Library opened in a new building on September 18, 2009 at the same location as the old building. The new building is 24,000 square feet and includes a large community room, a children's room, a teen room, a quiet study room, a computer lab, and other meeting rooms. Across the street from Chamberlain High School, this library offers many programs for teens, including a Teen Advisory Board as well as children's programs, computer classes and other programs for adults, including Master Gardener.

History:

The North Tampa Library opened on January 13, 1964 in a 3500 square foot building. It was expanded twice, to 7,000 square feet in 1967 and to 10,500 square feet in 1977. On August 14, 2008 a groundbreaking was held for the new building.

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