Author Cathy O’Neil to discuss how big data increases inequality and threatens democracy. Saturday, September 26
Martin Luther King, Jr. Branch will be closed Tuesday, September 29 due to the Presidential debate.


Fulton Branch street view3545 Fulton Road
Cleveland, OH 44109
Phone: 216-623-6969
Manager: Leslie Barrett


Monday – Saturday: 10am – 6pm
Sunday: CLOSED


Fulton Branch is a full-service neighborhood library for Cleveland’s Fulton community. It opened in 1983. Fulton offers free wifi and public computers with Internet access. Printing, copying, scanning, and faxing services are available for a fee. This branch is located at the intersection of Fulton Road and Bush Avenue, with a free parking lot available off Bush.

History & Architecture

Fulton Branch opened in 1983. Teare and Herman, the architects who designed this 8,300-square-foot structure, explained their intent “to recognize the trapezoidal site’s relationship to a busy intersection and scaled in context with the surrounding houses and small retail buildings.” The branch’s interior is highlighted by open stacks and a reading gallery lit by a north-facing clerestory.

Special Features

  • Fulton offers English as a Second Language (ESL) classes.
  • During the school year, Fulton offers America Reads tutors as well as the Kids Café, a partnership with the Greater Cleveland Food Bank to provide free bagged lunches for children.
  • This branch features Readers Column, a sculpture by the artist David E. Davis.