The Library District has fully reopened with social distancing guidelines & safety measures in place. Our branches are available for browsing, computers & device lending, WiFi, and a range of services available, details here. Curbside Pick-Up remains available, details here. When you return your library items, you can request to have your late fees waived. We are open 24/7 on our website, which features free online resources, here, and a comprehensive list of free community services, here

All Library District branches & Curbside Pick-up Services will be closed on Friday, October 30 in observance of Nevada Day. 

Dayo Adelaja: ART & FORM: A Cubist’s Journey

Dayo Adelaja layers meaning into his paintings of contemporary and historical subjects by creatively utilizing the techniques of Cubism; dissecting and reassembling pictorial perspective in order to show different views and angles of a subject simultaneously. The resulting paintings become puzzle-like, forcing the viewer’s brain to piece together the fragmented, geometric forms and lines. See this exhibit at Clark County Library from January 14, 2021-March 28, 2021.
View More about Dayo Adelaja: ART & FORM: A Cubist’s Journey

2020 Voting Information

Your vote matters! Make your voting plan today! Register to vote or verify and update your registration by visiting and receive up-to-date information from Clark County on their website at The Library District will have voting centers available on Election day at Laughlin Library, Rainbow Library, and Sahara West Library.
View More about 2020 Voting Information

Grieving the World We Have Lost, Finding Hope in What Remains

Fall is here. We should be trading recipes for our next big tailgate bash and posting first day of school pictures. But this fall is not normal, and if you’re feeling out of sorts about it, you are not alone! And consider this … you might be grieving for things that aren’t what they once were. Even if you have been fortunate enough not to have lost someone you love to this virus, you still have experienced valid losses in your everyday life.  On this note, I want to remind you that your library is always here to help.
View More about Grieving the World We Have Lost, Finding Hope in What Remains
See More Blog Posts
Back to Top