Montgomery-Floyd Regional Library (MFRL) serves the people of Montgomery and Floyd counties at our four branches – Blacksburg, Christiansburg, Jessie Peterman Memorial Library in Floyd, and Meadowbrook Library in Shawsville. Sixty library staff persons dedicate their time to providing high-quality services, wireless and computer access, programs and resources to library patrons, and operate the library branches 234 hours each week. The library’s website and our vendor-partner’s mobile apps offer access to ebooks, eaudio, music, movies, and other online resources 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Montgomery-Floyd Regional Library is funded through annual appropriations from the counties of Montgomery and Floyd. Annual grants from the state of Virginia and the towns of Blacksburg, Christiansburg, and Floyd provide additional funds to support the library’s physical and electronic collections. We also receive U.S. government funding through the E-rate program.
The support of the community is vital for funding programming, outreach, and other needs. The MFRL Foundation and the Friends of the Montgomery-Floyd Regional Library promote and support the library’s goals and operations, and provide opportunity for each community member to join in. The library staff appreciate the support of our friends, foundation, and the towns and counties.