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Owings Mills Branch of the Baltimore County Public Library


Owings Mills Branch                            
County Campus Metro Centre at Owings Mills
10302 Grand Central Avenue

Owings Mills, Maryland 21117
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Telephone: 410-887-2092

Fax: 410-356-5935

Email the Owings Mills Branch at ContactOW@bcpl.net

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Monday through Thursday, 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Friday and Saturday, 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
Sunday, 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. (Year Round)


Meeting Rooms:

Capacity: Three rooms, each with a capacity of 80 with 80 chairs and 10 tables. Total combined room capacity is 240

Study and Quiet Rooms Available

Meeting Room Reservations: 410-887-6109


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Parking Tips for Owings Mills Branch


Please note: Online driving directions are often inaccurate for areas with new construction.  Please use these directions to locate the Owings Mills Branch.

  • From I-695, take exit 19 (I-795N/Northwest Expressway toward Reisterstown/Owings Mills).

  • Take exit 4 (Owings Mills Boulevard).

  • Keep right at the fork, follow signs for Owings Mills Boulevard N/MD-140 Reisterstown Road and merge onto Owings Mills Boulevard.

  • Turn right onto S. Dolfield Road.

  • Turn right onto Painters Mill Road.

  • Turn right onto Grand Central Avenue and enter the parking ramp. Library is on your left as you enter the garage.

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Maryland's newest museum has opened in BCPL's newest branch. 


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The Baltimore County Public Library's newest branch opened to the public on March 21, 2013.


The Branch is housed in a 54,333 square foot space with a collection of 120,000 items.


There are 70 computers available for public use, including 58 for adults and 12 for teens and children.


The Owings Mills Branch shares the building with the Community College of Baltimore County, which opened in this location earlier this summer.


The branch occupies the building’s first three floors. Free parking is available in the garage adjacent to the library building.  A second garage is currently under construction. 


Come to see all that the Owings Mills Branch has for you.

Owings Mills Branch interior main floor


Owings Mills Branch children's area


Owings Mills Branch material shelving


Owings Mills Branch public computers


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About the Owings Mills Branch


The Owings Mills Branch, Baltimore County Public Library's newest and largest branch, opened to the public on March 21, 2013 at the County Campus Metro Center at Owings Mills. The Owings Mills Branch shares the six-floor building with the Community College of Baltimore County (CCBC) Owings Mills, which is scheduled to open in early summer. The Owings Mills Branch occupies the building's first two floors and shares the third floor where the community meeting rooms and quiet study area are located. The 54,300-square-foot branch, overlooking a public plaza, has a collection of approximately 120,000 items and 70 computers for public use - 58 for adults and 12 for teens and children. It has group study rooms as well as teen and children's areas with computers and age-related activities. The County Campus building is a LEED Silver building.


A free parking garage sits next to the building and plans call for the construction of second free parking garage on the other side of the building. A walkway from that garage will lead into the third floor of the building. The branch is located conveniently near the Metro Subway Owings Mills stop and the Northwest Expressway (Interstate 795).


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Last revised: August 26, 2014