New Elkridge, MD Library Features Two Level 2 Charging Ports
There are two EV charging ports at the newly opened Elkridge Branch of the Howard County Library. The Grand Opening of the library was Saturday, March 10 and a large enthusiastic crowd attended the ceremony.
The dual 6.6 kW ChargePoint station in the parking lot requires no fee as of now, however, you will need a card or mobile device to release the connector from the holster.
Elkridge Branch + DIY Education Center Features
The Elkridge Library includes:
Almost 110,000 items in the library collection (books, music, videos, eBooks and DIY tools)
60 public computers with internet access
Six group study rooms
Two meeting rooms
One conference room
Spiny Dogfish vending café
DIY Education Center
Innovative DIY Tool Borrowing Collection
The new branch has an innovative DIY Education Center that features a collection of tools for household DIY projects including saws, ladders, electric extension cords, and many other tools for home repairs and improvements. There are also tools for bicycle repairs, gardening, and even cake baking and other crafts available for borrowing.
The first public charging stations in Howard County, Maryland were installed at a County Government office building in 2011. It’s good to see that the county is still adding charging stations at their buildings like this library. Howard County residents are fortunate to have an award winning library system and to have this new EV charging site to plug in at.