All Library District branches are OPEN with full services at 50% total capacity, with Curbside Pick-Up Services available at select branches. Early Open Hours for students are available at six branches HERE. You will not be charged fines for any overdue items that you return. Face coverings are required for entry following Southern Nevada Health District guidelines. Stay safe and we look forward to serving you!

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The Library District is Open with Services & Browsing
While Maintaining Social Distancing & Safety Measures

Plus Free Access to Computers & WiFi • Online Resources • Curbside Pick-Up Service • Art Galleries

Come In, We’re Open. We know that you come to our libraries to learn, to grow, to find community, and to pursue your dreams, and we are here for you! The Library District is open and our in-branch services and activities are available for your enjoyment, while adhering to safe social distancing at 50 percent capacity, as well as face covering guidelines. Besides browsing, other in-demand services and programs include our beloved storytimes, computers and WiFi, One-Stop Career Center services for job seekingart gallery exhibitionsSafe Place services for youth in crisis, and adult literacy and education courses, which include Career Online High School, the WorkKeys work readiness certificate, the HiSet high school equivalency exam, as well as adult classes in English as a Second Language and English Conversation.

Safety & Face Coverings. For everyone’s health and safety, social distancing is in place and both library staff and customers are required to wear a face covering that fits over both nose and mouth at all times inside of our buildings. If you do not have a face covering, we will be happy you provide you with one. Thank you for adhering to these requirements as we work to keep each other safe. In addition, our 25 Library District branches continue to undergo enhanced cleanings and we have installed hand sanitizing stations and acrylic barriers. We are strictly adhering to reduced occupancy and other guidelines set forth by government mandates, plus all returned library materials undergo a four-day quarantine, while browsed items receive special handling.

*Curbside To Go. This streamlined service makes it so easy to pick up your holds and drop off your returns. Simply place your holds online (or by phone) and call your branch, where our staff will help you make an appointment. Then drive, bike, or walk up to the designated curbside area, and you’ll get to take home a bit of normalcy. Click here for all of the details. We look forward to helping you make your next great discovery!

We are Open

So Many Ways To Connect. Besides our convenient Curbside To Go service, we are here to serve you in person at our branches, and 24/7 on LVCCLD.org, where we encourage you to stream and download hundreds of free materials. Enjoy entertaining and educational library programs at YouTube.com/TheLibraryDistrict. And let’s start a conversation by following us on Facebook, commenting on Twitter and Instagram, leaving a review or comment on our website, or sending us your questions at Ask@LVCCLD.org. We look forward to hearing from you!

Find Something You Love. Take time to browse our vast digital collections and online resources … it’s all there for you at LVCCLD.org, opens a new window. In the meantime, let’s continue to learn, connect, create, and grow together at a safe social distance.

Be well friends!

We’re here for you!

Enjoy the library 24/7 online. Here’s how:

  • Visit virtual storytimes and fun online events at YouTube.com/TheLibraryDistrict, our new YouTube channel.
  • So glad you’re enjoying LVCCLD.org! Your FREE library card gives you instant access to our vast digital collection and online learning resources.
  • If you don’t currently have a library card, you can #GetCarded here.
  • And for a quick sample of our website’s endless possibilities, please click on the items, below:

Entertainment + Learning

Conversation Starters

COVID-19 Info + Help

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