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Free Meals Program

Southeast Branch Library


Key Facility Amenities

  • Free public computer with internet access
  • Free Wi-Fi + Tablet/Laptop Tech Lending
  • Digital Learning Tools for Kids 2 - 8 (AWE)
  • Printers and Copiers with Fax and Scanner
  • Teen and Tween areas with Gaming Systems
  • Sycamore-themed Children's Area
  • Automated 24 Hour Returns
  • Fireplace with Ample Seating
  • Technology Lab and Mobile Audio Equipment + Software
  • Quiet Reading Room
  • Community, Tutor and Study Rooms
  • Opportunity Spaces and Exhibits
  • Test Proctoring (with advance notice to Branch Manager)
  • Outdoor Patio
  • Abundant Parking

Free Meal Pickup Schedule
WEDNESDAYS, 4:30 - 5:30 pm (Learn More)

Branch Manager, Mark Roma
Branch Manager,
Mark Roma
Assistant Branch Manager , Bill Stolz
Assistant Branch Manager,
Bill Stolz

Staff - Branch Highlight

The Southeast Branch has a dedicated staff comprised of individuals who formerly worked at the East and Belmont locations and they have a passion for libraries that shines through in all that they do. The team at the Southeast Branch is determined to consistently provide the best customer experience possible.

Branch Manager, Mark Roma

Mr. Roma has been with Dayton Metro Library since 2009. Before becoming Branch Manager at the Southeast Branch, he served as Branch Manager at the Belmont and Northtown-Shiloh Branches. Mark is a fan of mysteries and sci-fi/fantasy. One of his favorite fantasy series is Discworld, by Terry Pratchett.

Assistant Branch Manager, Bill Stolz

Bill Stolz was raised in Dayton and has worked in a variety of public and academic libraries during his career. He joined Dayton Metro Library in 2018 as an Information Services Librarian Substitute at the Main Library. Previously, he worked at Wright State University and the Kenton County Public Library. Bill holds degrees from Ohio University, Wright State, and the University of Missouri-Columbia. When not at the Library, Bill is usually running, working in the yard, or reading mysteries and historical fiction.

Community Connection

Strong community partnerships include the Belmont Eastmont Hearthstone Community Council, and the Walnut Hills Neighborhood Association.

Young people benefit from our Children and Teen Services Librarians, who offer book talks at Belmont High School, and regularly visit Greenmont, Eastmont, Cleveland and Horace Mann schools, the Headstart program at Immaculate Conception, and other area preschools and daycares.


Construction of a 24,000 square foot branch next to Belmont High School is completed and the branch opened in August of 2019. Meeting rooms and the Opportunity Space are configured in a conference center-style. Click here to see renderings and a floor plan.

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