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Burbank Branch

About the Burbank Branch

Burbank Branch is directly across the street from Deering High School and is in the heart of Portland’s vibrant Deering neighborhood. It was founded in 1940 and moved to its present location in a beautiful repurposed family home in 1995. Despite its small size (2,900 square feet), Burbank lends over 250,000 items annually (30% of PPL system’s circulation) and consistently ranks as the 5th or 6th busiest public library location in Maine. Portlanders appreciate Burbank’s friendly atmosphere and family focus.

See our Holiday Schedule for planned closings.

Burbank Branch

377 Stevens Avenue
Portland, ME 04103

207-774-4229
burbank@portland.lib.me.us

Ellen Gilliam, Branch Manager

Parking: Parking is available in our small lot or on the street.

Bookdrop: Bookdrop is curbside in our parking lot.

1st floor wheelchair accessible; 2nd floor accessible by lift.


Hours:
Sunday
closed
Monday
closed
Tuesday
12pm-7pm
Wednesday
10am-6pm
Thursday
10am-7pm
Friday
10am-6pm
Saturday
9am-5pm
Up Next at the Library:
Aug28
Toddler Time at Burbank10:15am - 11:00am
Burbank Branch
Sep03
Cancelled for 9/3: Toddler Time at Burbank10:15am - 11:00am
Burbank Branch
Sep04
Cancelled for 9/4: Toddler Time at Burbank10:15am - 11:00am
Burbank Branch
From the PPL blog:
Burbank Branch Renovation Project
An update on plans to renovate Portland Public Library's Burbank Branch.   More »
Burbank Branch Planning – Community Meeting #2
Burbank Branch Community Meeting #2 will take place on Wednesday, June 11, 6:30-8:00pm.   More »
Join the conversation: Burbank Branch Community Meeting
Join a community forum to discuss improvements to Burbank Branch, Wednesday, April 2, 7-8:30 pm.   More »
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