The Adamsville Collier Heights Branch opened as a 10,000 square foot facility in 1985. It included a beautiful stone building, 45 parking spaces with all the bells and whistles of libraries of that era. It opened to serve the Historical Communities of Adamsville and Collier Heights, and the Martin Luther King Business District. As a part of the 2008 Fulton County Library Systems’ $275 million dollar capital improvement bond referendum, the library was renovated in 2019/2020 after serving the community for 30 years. The newly renovated Adamsville Collier Heights boasts 21st -century technology throughout, a meeting room and a softer approach to compliment the stone walls. There are three study rooms for a quieter setting and small meetings, a designated teen area, and ample seating for patrons to sit and read. There are also powered study tables, an expanded bank of computers, and a laptop seating area. Outside you will find three beautiful pollinator gardens for locals to enjoy.