4325 Montgomery Rd.
Cincinnati, Ohio 45212
|Mon, Tue, Thu||noon–8 p.m.|
|Wed, Fri, Sat||10 a.m.–6 p.m.|
The branch is located on the corner of the intersection of Montgomery Road and Weyer Avenue. The entrance to the parking lot is on the Weyer Road side of the building. The branch is served by Metro routes 4, 51, and MetroPlus.
Library service in the Village of Norwood began in 1898, when the Cincinnati and Hamilton County library system established a book delivery station in a drugstore. The current building, completed in 1907, was built with funds donated by the Andrew Carnegie Foundation. The Italian Renaissance style structure features two Rookwood urns near the front entrance and two Clement Barnhorn bas reliefs. In 2001, a number of improvements were made to the existing facility, including the restoration of some of the building’s original architectural elements and the purchase of new furniture, shelving, carpeting, lighting and computer equipment.
Special Collections & Services
The Norwood Branch has an excellent collection of material about the history of the community. Although the branch is ADA accessible, handicap access to its meeting room and program area is not available.
The Norwood Branch meeting room seats 50 people. Visit the meeting room webpage for additional information and a link to the online reservation form.