The Lomas Tramway Library is located on the southwest corner of Lomas Blvd and Tramway Blvd. Note that there is no access from Tramway. The parking lot entrance is on Eastridge Drive, which runs parallel to Tramway.
Freeway directions from I-40:
Take I-40 to the Tramway exit and proceed northbound to Lomas. Make a left on to Lomas from Tramway and then follow the surface street directions to the parking lot entrance on Eastridge.
Surface Street Directions heading West from Tramway on Lomas:
Drive past the library and turn left on Pawnee Street. Turn left on Fruit Avenue, then right on Eastridge and left into the parking lot.
Surface Street Directions heading on Lomas from Juan Tabo:
Turn right on Eastridge, and then left into the parking lot.
Lomas Tramway Library has one meeting room that will hold a maximum of 35 people. Policy, rules and required forms for using the meeting room may be found at Meeting and Study Rooms as well as a list of meeting rooms at other branches.
To view availability online, see our online booking form.
No study rooms available at this library.
15 Public Computers (Windows 7 with Microsoft Office 2013 and Internet access)
Free Wireless Internet Access
Printing Services - 15¢ per page
USB Thumb Drive - $4.40 each
Faxing Services - $1.00 per 5 pages (local and toll free numbers only)
Copy Machine - 20¢ per page
Meeting & Study Rooms Available for Public Reservation
We are a Fiction to Go location! What is Fiction to Go? The Friends for the Public Library sells slightly used, recently published fiction titles for $2 for hardbacks and $1 for paperbacks. Like all funds that our Friends receive, all proceeds from Fiction to Go sales benefit the Public Library!
Baby and Toddler Storytime families
Enjoy an interactive storytime with your child that includes early literacy fun with books, songs, fingerplays and body movement. Weekly Baby and Toddler Storytime is targeted for ages 0 - 3.
Book Club adults
The Lomas Tramway Book Club meets monthly. New members are always welcome. See our selections for the year.
Computer Classes adults
These one on one classes focus on basic computer skills. Registration required. See more information about computer classes.
Family Craft families
On the second Saturday of each month, we have a fun craft for kids ages 5 and up. Children under the age of 11 must be accompanied by an adult.
Master Gardeners all ages
The Albuquerque Area Extension Master Gardeners will visit the library twice a month during the growing season to answer your questions about gardening in Albuquerque. The Master Gardener hotline is available every day from 9:30 am to 2:30 pm: 292-7144 or 243-1386.
Much Ado About Knitting adults
Our friendly group of intrepid knitters encompasses beginners through experts. Some of us knit along together on group-chosen projects, and others work on personal projects--but we all enjoy camaraderie, new ideas, helping each other, and having fun! Come see what all the "Ado" is about!
Tuesdays 2-3:30 p.m.
Music by the Mountain families
Enjoy a free concert at the library. Artists and dates vary, see the full events calendar for upcoming concerts.
Preschool Storytime families
Join in the fun with stories, songs, puppets and more that encourage development of early literacy skills in young children, using the guidelines from the Every Child Ready to Read program. Weekly Preschool Storytime targeted for ages 3 - 5.
Read to the Dogs children
For children of all ages, this is a great way to practice your reading to a trained service dog in a fun, relaxing atmosphere. Dogs visit on the third Saturday of the month. See more information about Read to the Dogs.
Third Saturday of every month from 1 - 2:30 p.m. For children of all ages: read to a therapy dog! This is a great way to practice your reading to a trained service dog in a fun, relaxing atmosphere. No registration required. Click here for more information or call 291-6295.
Our friendly group of intrepid knitters encompasses beginners through experts. Some of us knit along together on group-chosen projects, and others work on personal projects -- but we all enjoy camaraderie, new ideas, helping each other, and having fun! Come see what all the "Ado" is about!
Every Tuesday 2 - 3:30 p.m.
Learn more about Fiber Arts at the Public Library.