West Pearland Library to Move

West Pearland Library to Close Feb. 5 for Move to New Location

In preparation for the move to the new state of the art library location on Shadow Creek Parkway, the existing Pearland Westside Branch Library will close to the public beginning Saturday, February 5th.

Although the building will be closed to the public while materials and fixtures are packed up and moved, the book drop will remain open for the public to return borrowed items. The current library location will continue to serve as an election venue for the upcoming primary election.

Prior to that date, library patrons who request books and other materials for pickup will need to temporarily select another location to retrieve their requested items. They can do this by logging into their library account online and selecting another library branch for their items to be sent to. The closest branches are the Pearland Tom Reid Library at 3522 Liberty Drive and the Manvel Library at 20514 B Hwy 6.

The new 39,000 square foot facility located at 11801 Shadow Creek Parkway being built by the City of Pearland will be the permanent location of the West Pearland Library and the new location for the Brazoria County Tax Office. The building features a 100-seat teaching theater, group study rooms, conference rooms, a digital maker room for video editing, and many other valuable community features. The new library is expected to open in March, so keep an eye out for grand opening information.

About Brazoria County Library System (BCLS) BCLS is a dynamic system of libraries providing convenient access to quality and popular resources to meet the educational and recreational needs of Brazoria County residents of all ages. There are 12 libraries in the system, located in the following cities: Alvin, Angleton, Brazoria, Clute, Danbury, Freeport, Lake Jackson, Manvel, Pearland (2), Sweeny, and West Columbia.

Contact: Tom West, Adult Services Coordinator Brazoria County Library System 979-864-1505