The outside of the Lexington Park Library building (photo 1). The lobby area includes tables and chairs for public use (photo 2). Meeting Room B is directly opposite the front entrance of the library. This meeting room, along with a nearly identical room next door, are available for reservation by non-profit organizations and government agencies, businesses, and private parties (photo 3). The Longfellow conference room is to the left in the lobby area. It is available for reservation by non-profit organizations and government agencies, businesses, and private parties (photo 4). The Checkout and Return desk is to the right of the entrance from the lobby into the library (photo 5). Across from the Checkout and Return desk is the children’s room. An information desk, computers for children, book shelves, and tables and chairs are available (photo 6). The back area of the children’s room includes book shelves in a U shape, tables and chairs, and a child-sized helicopter play structure and bookshelf (photo 7). The Art Gallery is in the main area of the library, just beyond the children’s room, including two tables with chairs (photo 8). Past the Checkout and Return desk and Art Gallery are book and media shelves, displays, and the Information Desk (photo 9). In the far back corner of the library is a glassed-in computer lab with twelve computers available for classes and public use (photo 10). The center area of the library includes a two-sided row of computers and multiple computers on single desks (photo 11). At the back of the library is an open space with tables and chairs, as well as additional book and media shelving (photo 12).