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Leon Valley Public Library is an independent library serving the community of Leon Valley, and is not a branch library of any other system. Books, periodicals, audiobooks, interlibrary loans, high speed internet, and many other services are available to our members!
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Tuesday and Thursday 10AM - 8PM
Wednesday and Friday 10AM - 6PM
Saturday 10AM - 2PM
Sunday and Monday CLOSED

6425 Evers Road, Leon Valley, TX 78238
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We are across the street from Raymond Rimkus Park.

What's new at the library?

New Books

New materials added for July 2015.

September is Library Card Sign-Up Month

Need a Leon Valley Public Library card? See how to get one here. If you have lost your card (or key fob), you only need to know what your card number is to check out books. If you have forgotten your card number, just ask for help at the circulation desk. We can look up your information by name or phone number.

Super Adventurer's Club is Back!

Join us for story time with more advanced activities, geared toward 3-5 year olds, Wednesdays at 10:30am. Share a small item from home that begins with the letter of the day for "Show-n-Sing." Items may include toys, household items, or pictures.

Adult Coloring

Grab your crayons, colored pencils, or magic markers and join us for more coloring fun for grown-ups on September 8 and 24 at 6pm.

Crime Prevention

The Leon Valley Police Department is holding crime awareness meetings at the library on the second Tuesday of each month at 7pm. Join us on September 8 to learn about crime prevention and neighborhood watch. National Night Out will be on October 6.

Banned Books Week

Banned Books Week will be September 27 - October 3. Celebrate your freedom to read!

"Young Adult books are challenged more frequently than any other type of book," said Judith Platt, chair of the Banned Books Week National Committee. "These are the books that speak most immediately to young people, dealing with many of the difficult issues that arise in their own lives, or in the lives of their friends. These are the books that give young readers the ability to safely explore the sometimes scary real world. This Banned Books Week is a call to action, to remind everyone that young people need to be allowed the freedom to read widely, to read books that are relevant for them, and to be able to make their own reading choices." --

And More...

Check out the Upcoming Events page for more!

How do I renew my Leon Valley Public Library books?

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Most books may be renewed online 24/7, or by phone [(210) 684-0720] or in person at the circulation desk during normal operating hours.
Please do NOT return LVPL materials to any other libraries; Leon Valley is Not a Branch Library.

Recently Returned Items:

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May I ask a question?

  • Call us during operating hours at 210-684-0720.
  • Or try our new ZOHO chatbox!

How can I support the Library?

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If you would like to volunteer at the Library, please fill out this form and bring it to the circulation desk.


We do accept donations of books. Books in good condition and judged to be of interest may be included in the collection as space and collection needs permit. Other books will be sold to benefit the Library. The Friends of the Library hold book sales on the first Saturday of each month, excluding December, and have two large book sales each year.

The Friends of the Leon Valley Public Library also accept monetary donations. If you would like a donation receipt or letter of acknowledgement of gifts received for your records, let us know!

See the Donations page for more!

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