Castle Pines Library opened in the fall of 2009, the result of successful, ongoing community fund raising. The 2,300 sq.ft. storefront features friendly staff, current popular materials, comfortable reading areas, free Wi-Fi, three public computing stations with printing, and full access to all of the Library District’s catalog holdings. Visit us today!
The Highlands Ranch Library is located within the Highlands Ranch Town Center, this community’s central retail and service hub.
The library features a large, beautifully-decorated children’s room with an extensive collection for both kids and parents. Highlands Ranch Library also houses Douglas County Libraries’ most in-depth business collection, with expert onsite reference service.
Public meeting rooms include two large rooms on the first floor and four small study rooms on the second floor. There is also a well-appointed quiet reading room with beautiful mountain views.
Artwork on display during May is by Gina Barry Harris .
Conveniently located just south of Park Meadows, Douglas County’s primary shopping area, Lone Tree library offers a concentrated scope of services, including multiple copies of current popular materials, comfortable reading areas, fast Internet services and full access to all the Library District’s catalog holdings.
Library programming includes children’s storytimes, book clubs and special events. There is one community meeting room.
Worth the short trip, the Louviers Library is located on the second floor of the Louviers Village Clubhouse, a nationally-designated historic place. This cozy library with reading room offers a carefully selected collection for adults and children, charming surroundings and complete access to the Library District’s catalog holdings.
Please check for storytimes and register for our children’s book club, Junior Page Turners.
Centrally-located, just west of Parker's historic town center, the library includes a diverse collection, with special emphasis on consumer health, equestrian resources, home schooling tools, local music  and inspirational materials. A professionally-staffed children's room and separate teen area serve the community's youth.
The Parker Library also provides professional onsite reference service, full-service public computing stations and a used-book sale room. Public meeting rooms include one conference room, a large meeting room and three small study rooms.
Named for library benefactor Philip S. Miller, the library is located on Wilcox Street in the heart of historic downtown Castle Rock.
Both spacious and welcoming, the library features comfortable reading and study areas, colorful, engaging spaces for children and teens, and public meeting rooms for groups from 6 to 130 people.
Our friendly staff provides programs and services ranging from fun and interactive storytimes to in-depth research assistance and help with computers and eReaders. The Douglas County History Research Center, located within the library, offers specialized help with historical, archival and genealogical projects.
Drop in and sample our large collection of books, magazines, music and movies; attend our enriching events; use our patron Internet stations or WiFi; and enjoy the beautiful rotating artwork provided by local artists. We look forward to serving you!
Located in the heart of the Roxborough community, the Library provides a range of services in an intimate space overlooking Colorado’s Front Range. Drop by for the latest bestseller, state of the art technology (yes, we have Wi-Fi), an educational and stimulating experience for your children, or a quiet place to unwind.