1471 Salt Springs Road
In 1985, the Warren-Trumbull County Public Library's third branch set up shop in the village of Lordstown’s Administration Building. The present building, on 1 1/2 acres of land, was constructed by the village in 1993, with the Warren-Trumbull County Public Library assuming control in 1995.
As a popular reading center, the Lordstown Branch Library features a small collection of reference materials. A more extensive reference collection is available at the Main Library at 444 Mahoning Avenue NW in Warren.
Materials available at the library include:
- Adult/teen/children’s fiction and non-fiction books
- Music CDs
- Audio books
- Entertainment and educational videos, including DVDs
- Graphic novels
- Large print books
Each library location has free public computer stations with Internet and word processing capabilities. Cutomers are limited to two one-hour sessions per day. Customers must have a valid W-TCPL library card in their own name and not in collections to use public computers. Computer users must abide by the library's computer usage policy. Reservations for a computer may be made up to one day in advance by calling the library location.
- Black and white/color printing is available on a central printer for a fee per page.
- Library staff will provide limited assistance to public computer users.
- Dedicated computer stations for teens and children are also available at all locations.
A variety of free computer classes, including a series of basic computer classes, are offered at many library locations throughout the year. Call (330) 399-8807, ext. 201 for class times, locations, and topics.
The following special services are available at the Lordstown Branch Library:
- Public copy machine (10¢ per copy)
- Voter registration
- Golden Buckeye card applications for eligible Ohio residents
- Free Wi-Fi