Riviera Beach Library is closed today, December 2, due to plumbing issues.

Glen Burnie Library

Monday – Thursday:
   10 am - noon and 3 - 6 pm
Friday and Saturday:
   10 am - noon and 2 - 4 pm
Sunday: 1 - 5 pm
Masks must be worn for curbside pickup and during appointments.
Monday - Thursday: 10 am - 6 pm
Friday - Saturday: 10 am - 5 pm
Sunday: 1 - 5 pm

We now offer appointments for computer use, browsing, reference and other library services. Please call us to schedule an appointment.


Across Ritchie Highway from the Harundale Plaza next to the Harundale Presbyterian Church.

Public Transportation: MTA Bus: 69, 70

Meeting rooms are currently unavailable.

Citizenship Corner

Free informational handouts provided by the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services department including Welcome to the United States guides, pocket study booklets for the Naturalization test, language identification guides and more! Civics and vocabulary flashcards are also available to borrow in the library.

The Statue of Liberty


Expanded Wifi Access

Outdoor Wi-Fi Now Available at This Library

The library now offers outdoor Wi-Fi. Customers may now access the internet even when the library is closed.

Glen Burnie Regional Library building

What's Happening at Glen Burnie Library


Check out the Glen Burnie Library Facebook page for behind the scenes, new materials, fun projects, and more!

Grab and Go Crafts

Glen Burnie staff are putting out different crafts almost weekly! Request yours through curbside pickup during operating hours, while supplies last. 
For toddlers - teen. (Adult crafts coming soon!)

11/23 - 11/28 Thankful Tree (toddlers - elementary)
11/30 - 12/4 Hot Chocolate Mug Kits (elementary - adult)

Book Bundles

New themed book bundles curated by our staff for you and your littles! Ask for one at curbside or during a browsing appointment. 

November Themes: Native American Heritage and Thanksgiving

How to Practice Sustainability - AACPS STEM Community Challenge, Spring 2020

Librarian, Lorelei, mentored a group of students from Glen Burnie High School's BioMedical and Allied Health program as part of their Community Challenge Project. Students are paired with local businesses and tasked with providing solutions to their mentor's proposed challenge. In the case of Glen Burnie Library, the challenge was, "How can we enact and encourage more environmentally sustainable practices in the library? How can we support the green movement in ways that are both cost and time effective?"

Originally the plan was for the students to tour the branch and assess what measures were already being taken (number of recycling bins, proper use of said bins, etc.) and how they could be improved upon and/or added to. However, all of that changed when Covid-19 hit and they were forced to change their approach. This video is the result of their research and collaboration with Lorelei. It is a small, but significant, step in spreading awareness about environmental sustainability in our community. 

Watch the video below!

Students: Allison C., Alexandra H., and Tracey H.

Upcoming Virtual Programs

Enjoy your favorite library programs from the comfort and safety of your home! 
Some programs require registration.