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Bus Routes

The Trolley (T) services the Beechview Area. Take the Red Line and get off at the Belasco Stop.

All bus routes are subject to change. Please visit the Port Authority of Allegheny County for up-to-date schedules.

Parking Options

  • Free
  • Bike

Beechview is a neighborhood with long-established families and businesses, and the Library has been an integral part of the community since 1967. After an extensive renovation in 2014-2015, this neighborhood Library continues to serve the community with a revitalized and modern space.

  • Public Computers
  • Free Wifi
  • Wireless Printing (small fee may apply)
  • Copier (small fee may apply)
  • Meeting Rooms
  • Air Conditioning
  • Courtyard or Outdoor Space
  • 3D Printer
  • The Labs
  • Exterior Book Return (for after hours returns)


Latest From the Library

Join Us April 8 for a Local Book & Author Fair

Mon., Apr. 3
Do you like to read books about Pittsburgh or by Pittsburgh-area authors? Ever wanted to hear an author describe their creative process? Have you wondered what it takes to get a book published? Do you yourself write and want to network with other local writers? If you answered "yes" to any these questions, then you're in luck!

My Year of Reading Memoir: Tangles by Sarah Leavitt

Thu., Mar. 23
I chose Tangles: A story about Alzheimer’s, My Mother, and Me by Sarah Leavitt. Tangles is 1) a graphic memoir, 2) was written by a woman, 3) was published in 2012 (just hitting the five year mark), and 4) has only 832 ratings on Goodreads. I feel really fortunate though that it fit my criteria, because Tangles turned out to be a profoundly affecting story of a daughter losing her mother and a mother losing herself.

Staff Picks

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Saying Goodbye: YA Books About Moving Away

I'm moving to Cleveland in three weeks. I'll be leaving behind my hometown of Pittsburgh, its familiar city streets, delicious restaurants, and most present in my thoughts, my dear friends and family. What better way to get through moving to a new town than books about people moving to a new town? Join these young adult characters as they navigate new schools, new social dynamics, and new ways of looking at the world and themselves.
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Local Authors

Our region is blessed with an abundance of local authors. Their books range from Children’s Fiction to YA Science Fiction to Adult Nonfiction. Nine local authors will gather on Saturday, April 8, 2017, at CLP Beechview. The Book & Author Fair will run from 11:00 AM to 1:30 PM. Come and meet these remarkable folks and learn about their paths to publication. Three of the authors are highlighted here.