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North Regional Library

North Regional Library

221 Milton Road
Durham, NC 27712
Directions

919-560-0231

This week’s hours

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Sunday Closed Monday 9:30 AM - 8:00 PM Tuesday 9:30 AM - 8:00 PM Wednesday 9:30 AM - 8:00 PM Thursday 9:30 AM - 6:00 PM Friday 9:30 AM - 6:00 PM Saturday 9:30 AM - 6:00 PM

Getting here

Bus routes

GoDurham 9B

Bike racks

On the side of the building near the patio

Parking

Large free lot

Electric vehicle charging

Two stations available

Amenities

Technology

  • Public internet access computers

    Computers with internet access are available for public use at all Durham County Library locations.

    Public internet access computers details
  • Wireless internet access

    You can connect your own device to the internet at any of our locations. Our wireless internet access is free and does not require a password. Look for the network named “DCo Library Public.” Heads up – our network is an unsecured network.

  • Hotspots for checkout

    Your Durham County Library card lets you borrow a mobile hotspot to take the internet wherever you go!

    Hotspots for checkout details
  • Printing

    You can print to printers at North Regional from your mobile device or home computer.

    Printing details
  • Scanners

    Our scanners are flatbed style. They can handle up to letter sized (8.5″ x 11″) documents.

    Scanning is free of cost. You will need a library card or computer use card to sign on to the scanner computer.

  • Copiers

    Copiers are available at all locations. There is a small fee that can be paid by credit card at Main Library's adult computers and in cash at our other locations.

    Copiers details
  • Fax

    Fax machines are available for public use. Faxes cost $1.75 for the first page and $1 for each page after that. The fax machines only accept credit cards for payment (not cash). You can check the status of your fax online after sending it.

Assistive technology

More assistive technology info
  • BigKeys keyboard

    Helps with typing for people with mobility and/or visual impairments. This multi-colored keyboard has bigger than normal keys to make it easier to see letters and select just one key at a time while typing at a computer. The multi-colored keys also pro

  • BigKeys keyboard keyguard

    Can be placed over the BigKeys keyboard to help in selecting only a single letter or key at a time.

  • Trackball mouse

    This mouse is a handheld pointing device that requires little wrist or hand movement. You can control it with very limited finger movement. It can also be used to control an on-screen keyboard, available at every computer through Microsoft Office.

  • Keyboard type aid

    Fits over your hand to help select keys on a keyboard or turn the pages of an open book.

  • Handheld video magnifier

    Magnifies text and images, with the option of changing the color contrast for easy visual discernment based on your preferences. The magnifier can be held in your hand or placed on an open book.

  • Adaptive joystick

    A handheld pointing device that requires limited hand movement, with different grips available based on your preference. It can also be used to control the on-screen keyboard, available at every computer through Microsoft Office.

Did you know?

  • We’re within walking distance of three Durham Public Schools: Eno Valley Elementary School, George L. Carrington Middle School, and Northern High School. We’re also right next door to DPS’s Hub Farm.
  • We’re about 15 minutes from the Eno River State Park.
  • North Regional is LEED Silver certified.

Today’s events

Special features at North Regional Library

A librarian places play-doh on trays in front of kids gathered around a table

Children's programming room

Catch storytimes, craft programs, and more in this fun space just for kids.

Book clubs

Our special book clubs include a Mystery Book Club, Testers & Tasters Cookbook Club, and Murder They Wrote: True Murder Stories.

Manager

S. Fennell

Email: sfennell@dconc.gov

Ms. Fennell believes that libraries are important because they serve as a social outlet for different groups in the community. She enjoys self-help books and would recommend The Gift of Fear by Gavin De Becker.

Pronouns: she/her