9560 Spruill Road
Johns Creek, GA 30022
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Call the library for Holiday Closings.
Directions to the Northeast/Spruill Oaks Regional Library
Directions by car:
The library is at the intersection of Old Alabama Road and Spruill Road across from River Pines Golf Club.
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From SOUTHEAST of the Library
From NORTHEAST of the Library - Alternate 1
From NORTHEAST of the Library - Alternate 2
From NORTHWEST of the Library - Alternate 1
From NORTHWEST of the Library - Alternate 2
From downtown Atlanta
If using public transportation go to
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The Northeast/Spruill Oaks Regional Library is part of the Atlanta-Fulton Public Library System.
Click here to Go to the AFPL web site to find out about:
Renewals of library materials
Online resources through AFPL
Free hoopla digital movies, tv shows, music, audiobooks
How to place a hold on library materials
How to use inter-library loan services
Employment with Atlanta-Fulton Public Library System
Library Meeting Room Policy:
The Northeast/Spruill Oaks Library meeting room seats 100 persons and is available for community meetings. See Meeting Room Policies & Guidelines for details on reserving meeting facilities at the Northeast/Spruill Oaks Library or any other AFPL meeting space.
History of the Library
The Northeast/Spruill Oaks Library is a branch of the Atlanta-Fulton County library system. It opened in January, 1999, on property once owned by Mr. Stephen Spruill. The site of his home site is marked by four gray pillars in front of the building. The library is surrounded by old oaks, wildflower meadows, and a wildlife habitat area beside the library. The glass and steel building designed by architect George Hornbein is a spacious community building. The glass poetry etching, “Looking forward, looking back” on the front entrance to the library was created by Deanna Sirlin and Philip Auslander. The themes of change and history are also reflected in the artists’ colored panels hanging inside the library which are scenes of Old Alpharetta.