Your Library Online

MFRL is open 24 hours a day on the web!

There is no charge for accessing Your Library Online. Choose a category from the menu on the left to get started, or scroll down to browse it all. Users not in the library buildings may be redirected to our Find It Virginia portal which requires a valid MFRL Library Card


Magazines are back! From the web, simply visit Library of Virginia's Magazine Collection.
For Libby App users: From the central button, click Add Library and then search for Library of Virginia. Click "I use my library card at" and select Montgomery-Floyd Regional Library from the list. Put in your card # and PIN and now you can easily switch between collections whenever you want.

Help and Training

MFRL has partnered with to bring you some great video tutorials making it easier than ever to download and enjoy eBooks, Audiobooks, Movies, Music, Graphic Novels and Magazines.

Get a Replacement Card?

This means your library card number changed. If you have already signed up with any of our downloadable content providers (Hoopla or OverDrive), they will need to know. If you got a card online and switched it to a standard card, this also applies.


MFRL Digital News Archive

Search, locate, read, and print content from local newspaper archives (including The Floyd Press, News Messenger and more). Digitization funded by the Floyd County Library Building Fund, Inc., and the MFRL Foundation. Floyd Press Digital Archive

Genealogy & History


A selection of Virgina Birth & Death records provided by Ancestry and Library of Virginia. Please read Library of Va sidebar regarding content and search results.

Genealogy & History

My Heritage

My Heritage Browse more than 5 billion historical records, 1.5 billion exclusive family tree profiles and much more.

Genealogy & History

Heritage Quest

Heritage Quest Online Data on people and places using records covering the 1700's - 1900's.

Genealogy & History

Virginia Memory

Provides online Digital Collections, Reading Rooms, Exhibitions & Online Classrooms.

Genealogy & History

Virginia Historical
Highway Markers

Virginia's Historical Marker program is the oldest in the nation, beginning in 1927, and is searchable online.