About Jones Library
The Metropolitan Library System has provided library services to the Jones community since 1976, when the community became the location of a bookmobile. In 1998, the bookmobile was replaced by a 450-square-foot portable building along Britton Road in the community’s main business district. After nearly twenty years in that location, a state-of-the-art, 3,000-square-foot building was opened at 9295 Willa Way, which is named after County Commissioner Willa Johnson.
The Jones Library offers a broad array of services, including public access computers, free Wi-Fi, copy/scan/fax/printing services, programs and events for all ages, and a robust local collection of physical materials for all interests and tastes. Additionally, the library features a study room and a meeting room, each of which can be booked and used by the public.
Book drop location: to the left of entrance, freestanding near the front walk.