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Chattahoochee Valley Libraries

The Chattahoochee Valley Libraries serve more than 250,000 people in four counties! The Library system is the most widely used institution in the region, and more than 120,000 people hold library cards!

The Chattahoochee Valley Libraries are owned and operated by the Muscogee County School System.

Libraries play an essential role in the community! We are a safe place where people can come and relax, meet friends, and work on projects. The opportunities are endless. Our staff provides services that are accessible and convenient to everyone. We use traditional formats and new technology to enhance the library experience.

The libraries best resource is it’s staff. We here are committed to attracting and retaining the best employees to give you the best experience possible. We provide opportunities and support for our staff members to grow to their full potential.

On our website, cvlga.org, you can find access to many resources.
Galileo is an amazing search tool that lets you see which books are available in the physical library.

To get a library card, you will need a valid photo ID, and a verification of residency.
Proper forms of identification include a drivers license, state ID, military ID, or passport. Items for residency verification include a checkbook, rental agreement in your name, or business mail addressed to you.

Here is a list of all of our library locations:
Columbus Library
3000 Macon Road, Columbus, GA 31906

Cusseta- Chattahoochee Public Library
262 Broad Street, P.O Box 539 Cusseta, GA 31805

Marion County Public Library
123 East 5th Avenue, Buena Vista, GA 31803

Mildred L. Terry Public Library
640 Veterans Parkway, Columbus, GA 31901

North Columbus Public Library
5689 Armour Road, Columbus, GA 31909

Parks Memorial Public Library
890 Wall Street, Richland, GA 31825

South Columbus Public Library
2034 South Lumpkin Road, Columbus, GA 31903

To reserve a meeting room, please visit our website to select the day and the time.

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