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Mechanicsville Branch

 400 Formwalt St SWMechanicsville
Atlanta GA 30312
404-730-4779

About This Branch
Directions
Meeting Room 
 

 


 Hours

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday
12-8 11-6 Closed 10-6 Closed 1-5 Closed

 


Directions by MARTA
Bus 4 - McDonough / Grady Hospital
Bus 49 - McDonough
Exit stop at Pryor and Fulton Street; walk across the front of the Juvenile Court Building to Formwalt Street. Formwalt Street ends in the Library's parking lot.

Bus 42 - Village/Highpoint
Exit stop at Windsor and Fulton Street; walk east on Fulton Street to Formwalt Street, go left. Formwalt Street ends in the Library's parking lot.

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 Directions by car
From NORTH of the Branch
Take I-75 South to Exit 246 (Fulton Street). Turn right or West on Fulton Street. At second block turn right onto Formwalt Street. The Library is located on the West side of the Romae T. Powell Juvenile Justice Center. Formwalt Street ends in the Library's parking lot.

From SOUTH of the Branch
Take I-75 North to Exit 246. Turn left or West on Fulton Street. At second block turn right onto Formwalt Street. The Library is located on the West side of the Romae T. Powell Juvenile Justice Center. Formwalt Street ends in the Library's parking lot.

From EAST of the Branch
Take I-20 West to Exit 56-B (Windsor/Spring Street).
Turn left or South on Windsor Street to Fulton Street. Turn left or East on Fulton Street. At second light turn left or North on Formwalt Street The Library is located on the West side of the Romae T. Powell Juvenile Justice Center. Formwalt Street ends in the Library's parking lot.

From WEST of the Branch
Take I-20 East to Exit 56-B (Windsor/Spring Street).
Turn right or South on Windsor Street to Fulton Street. Turn left or East on Fulton Street. At second light turn left or North on Formwalt Street The Library is located on the West side of the Romae T. Powell Juvenile Justice Center. Formwalt Street ends in the Library's parking lot.

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 Edward Moody Community Room
The Edward Moody Community Room, the Mechanicsville Library meeting room, seats 65 persons and is available for community meetings. See Meeting Room Policies & Guidelines for details on reserving meeting facilities at the Mechanicsville Library or any other AFPLS meeting space.

Edward Moody (1922-1984), a leader and activist in the Mechanicsville community who grew up in Atlanta's Carrie Steele Pitts Orphanage, was one of the founders of the Southside Day Care Center, now known as Southside Child Development, Inc. He was a founder of Model Cities, Inc., the first neighborhood-based organization in Mechanicsville; and of Mechanicsville Civic League, now known as the Mechanicsville Civic Association. Moody also started a moving company and a manufacturing company, both of which employed community residents.

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