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Blue Ash Branch Library

4911 Cooper Road

Branch History

In the early 1960s, a group of concerned citizens, led by the Montgomery Woman’s Club, petitioned library administrators to provide a branch for Blue Ash. The Sycamore Branch Library opened in June of 1964 in the central business district of Blue Ash. In 1986, the building was closed for renovation and expansion. During this period, the branch operated out of a temporary storefront location. The Sycamore Branch reopened on September 27, 1987 as a completely redesigned facility. It was renamed the Blue Ash Branch Library in January 2001.


Barbara Laughlin

Tuesday, July 24, 2018
I am new to Cincinnati library's. Procedures are so different from where I came from and I felt lost. The staff were so welcoming and helpful, guiding me through the whole process. I was not just directed as to where to go, but physically taken from one place to another. This was a wonderful experience and Blue Ash library is high on my list of places to go.

Jordan Peelman

Friday, March 30, 2018
Great branch. Trains, legos, and other fun games for the kids.

Marshall Paisner

Thursday, June 1, 2017
The library was very neat and the personnel was very friendly and helpful. I really liked the self chekout. I highly recommend this library.


Thursday, April 6, 2017
A great local library branch. You can order nearly any book to be picked up here. They have magazines, comic books, and movies as well so much more than books now.

Rita Jones

Wednesday, Jan. 24, 2018
Staff are so nice and so helpful.

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