The Friends of the Ocee Library is a non-profit group whose purpose is to promote general knowledge of library services and to provide financial assistance for special library needs and events.

If you have specific questions about Ocee Library, phone the library at 770-360-8897 or visit http://www.afpls.org/

About Ocee Library

LIBRARY ADDRESS

Dr. Robert E. Fulton/Ocee Library
5090 Abbotts Bridge Road
Johns Creek, GA 30005
770-360-8897
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LIBRARY HOURS (as of 1 April 2015)
Monday                                       10 am  –   6 pm
Tuesday                                       10 am  –  6 p m
Wednesday                                10 am  –  8 pm
Thursday                                    10 am  –  8 p.m
Friday                                          10 am  -   6 pm
Saturday                                     10 am  –  6 pm
Sunday                                          2 pm  –  6 pm
 
 
The Ocee Library is a branch of the Atlanta-Fulton Public Library System. AFPLS is funded by your tax dollars. The following officials are involved in making decisions about your library:
 
Anne Haimes, Interim Director of Libraries, AFPLS
Commissioner Liz HausmannDistrict 3
Commissioner John Eaves - District 1 At-Large
Commisioner Robb Pitts -  District 2 At-Large

HISTORY
The Ocee library opened its doors Saturday, October 9th, 2004, and quickly became one of the most used branches in the system.
Members of Dr. Robert E. Fulton's family and Fulton County commissioners cut the ribbon
Over half our opening day collection was devoted to children's and young adult materials - our younger patrons were particularly delighted to see the library finally open its doors!
Dr. Fulton's family and community youth gather at the ribbon cutting ceremony
Portrait of Dr. Robert E. Fulton, flanked by son David Fulton, brother Fitzhugh Fulton, son Rob Fulton and daughter Lori Cutillo        

Our library is named "Dr. Robert E. Fulton Regional Library at Ocee" in honor of the late District 3 Commissioner and member of the Library Board of Trustees. Commissioner Fulton was instrumental in having this library built, and unfortunately did not see his dream realized before his untimely demise. We honor his memory not only through the name of our library, but also with a portrait of Dr. Fulton (located to the immediate left as you come in the library from the entrance hall), and a collection of books dedicated to his interests (the collection is housed in a bookshelf located to the right of the reference desk, along the outer wall). Dr. Fulton was a professor at Georgia Tech and a retired NASA engineer, as well as being a library advocate and county commissioner. His family still actively supports the Dr. Robert E. Fulton Library, and is proud to have his name remembered in such an appropriate way.
One of Dr. Fulton's grandsons, Taylor Fulton, visiting the library.