November 2013

Branches · Corryville

Branch Portrait

2802 Short Vine St.
Cincinnati, Ohio 45219
Phone: 513-369-6034
Fax: 513-369-4471

Branch Manager: Mari Randolph
Children’s Librarian: Megan Bambrick

Hours of Service
Mon, Tue, Thunoon–8 p.m.
Wed, Fri, Sat10 a.m.–6 p.m.
Sunclosed

Location

The Corryville Branch is on the corner of Vine Street and Daniels in the heart of University Village. The entrance to the parking lot is on the Daniels side of the building. The branch is served by Metro routes 19, 24, 38X, 78, and MetroPlus.

Special Services

The Corryville Branch is an ADA accessible facility. Curbside service is now available at all branches. Visit the Main Library's MakerSpace to use our 3D printers, laser cutters, engravers, and other equipment to create, invent, and learn!

Meeting Room

The Corryville Branch meeting room seats 65 people. Visit the meeting room webpage for additional information and a link to the online reservation form.

Next Generation Libraries Project

Thanks to the residents of Hamilton County, the Library will receive approximately $19 million in additional funding for the next ten years beginning in April 2019, for a total of $190 million. Given that the average length of time since a branch has been renovated is 40+ years, the bulk of this funding will go toward improving each of the Library’s 41 locations. The development of the Plan will take place throughout 2019, and the Library will hold hundreds of community engagement sessions to listen and learn from the community about what their biggest needs are and how the Library, with its 41 locations, can be re-envisioned to serve not just today’s generation but also generations to come. Learn more on the Facilities Master Plan page.

History

The North Cincinnati Branch opened on April 2, 1907, one of nine area libraries built with funds provided by the Andrew Carnegie Foundation. Large stone columns flank the entrance of the Renaissance Revival building, and a decorated stone pediment tops the doorway. The interior is dominated by a large stained glass dome supported by a circle of oak columns. In 1996, the facility underwent a major renovation and restoration project. When it reopened in August of 1997 it was renamed the Corryville Branch to better reflect the community it serves.