The Fort Myers Regional Library is a part of the Lee County Library System that serves over 92,000 residents in the city of Fort Myers. The library contributes to the 6.1 million items circulated annually by the Library System, which has over 1.7 million volumes in its collection. The branch provides WiFi, public computers with print and scan features, curbside holds pickup, and meeting and study rooms. In addition, it offers live and online activities, including Storytime, Homeschool Lego Club, Toddler Tales, Mental Health discussions, and Japanese Language & Culture.

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Physical Address:
2450 First Street
Fort Myers, Florida 33901


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