Mondays: 12 pm to 8 pm
Tuesdays: 10 am to 8 pm
Wednesdays: 10 am to 6 pm
Thursdays: 10 am to 6 pm
Fridays: 12 pm to 5 pm
Saturdays: 9 am to 1 pm
Computers for Public Use
Computers for public use are available at this branch by reservation or on a walk-in basis.
Computer software available on these computers include:
Microsoft Office 2010
Microsoft Office 2010
Albert George Branch Library provides free WiFi access to the public throughout the building. Contact any staff member at Albert George for more information and connection instructions to use your personal laptop at the library.
The staff of the Fort Bend County library system conducts entry-level classes on computer software, on a variable basis. Examples include “Computers 101 ” and “Hands-On Internet.” Classes are not available at all library locations. For the current classes available, check under Computer/Tech type programs on the calendar.
Printing and Scanning
Printing from the public-access computers is accomplished through the use of network laser printers. You must have a library card or guest pass to print.
Printer Type: B&W 10¢ per page
Printer Type: Color $1.00 per page
Payment Type: Library Card
A flatbed scanner is available at this library for images only.
Printer Type: B&W
Price (per page):
Letter (8.5x11) - 10¢ (coins)
Legal (8.5x14) - 10¢ (coins)
This service is for sending faxes only; it will not receive.
U.S.A., Canada & Caribbean
$1.75 1st page; $1.00 each additional page
$4.95 1st page; $3.45 each additional page
Credit Cards Only
Typewriter use is free at Albert George Branch Library and is available on a walk-in basis.
Albert George Branch Library is committed to providing Adult and Youth educational, informational, and cultural programs for its patrons. For a list of programs, go to the library’s Calendar of Events.
Displays and Exhibits
Most of the branches also feature changing displays and exhibits in their display cases. Check the calendar for the current displays.
Literacy and English as a Second Language
Literacy is important to community growth and an adaptable, diverse workforce. Partnering with the Literacy Council of Fort Bend County, Albert George Branch Library provides facilities for persons wishing to learn to read or to learn English as a second language. Please call 281-341-2652 for more details.
To reserve a room, you may choose from one of the following options:
Albert George Branch Library opened in November 1974, and was named for Fort Bend County philanthropist Albert George. The George family was very important to the early development of the Fort Bend County library system. The George Foundation funded construction of the original 4,900-square-foot library, designed by Wylie W. Vale & Associates, Wylie W. Vale, Design Architect. The land for the library site was donated by the Needville Chamber of Commerce and the Needville Lion's Club. In 1997, the branch was renovated with bond funds to include a new entrance, meeting room and restroom facilities, bringing the total square footage to 6,680.
The Friends of Albert George Branch Library was organized to support the branch with extra funds for things not provided for in the county budget. The group has an ongoing book sale in the branch, and over the years, the organization has purchased a U.S. flag and a Texas flag (with poles) for the meeting room, purchased trophies for the Summer Reading Club, and provided funds for book-range display shelving. They also provide the branch with funds for supplies and programming for the Summer Reading Club.
For more information about the Friends of Albert George Branch Library, or to join the organization, click here or call 979-793-4270.