Davies Library will be closed from Sunday, Aug. 18 through the opening of the new library at 9 am on Tuesday, Sept. 3.

MOBILE LIBRARY SERVICES

MOBILE LIBRARY SERVICES

LET THE LIBRARY VISIT YOU

Mobile Library Services helps connect the library to patrons who, for whatever reason, can't visit us at a library. Mobile Library Services provides free public library service to communities throughout Arapahoe County. From the Library on Wheels to home delivery and stops at assisted living communities, we bring the library to you.

 

NOTE: Items that are "on shelf" in the online catalog may not be available at a particular Library on Wheels stop. Call 303-LIBRARY (303-542-7279) to ask about the location of an item.

LIBRARY ON WHEELS

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The Library on Wheels provides full library service to several neighborhoods throughout the Arapahoe Library District. The 33.8-foot bookmobile holds nearly 3,000 items including books, music CDs, DVDs and even a toy library. Holds may be picked up here.

The Library on Wheels also provides free WiFi, public computers, iPads and printers to use during your visit. A wheelchair lift ensures everyone can come aboard.

Arapahoe Libraries loves to make special appearances at parades and community events throughout the year. We'll see you around!

ASSISTED LIVING

Woman in Library

Arapahoe Libraries delivers library services to assisted living communities throughout our service area. Mobile Library Services offers full access to Arapahoe Libraries' collection in addition to one-on-one assistance from expert staff.

Mobile Library Services also provides small collections of books and other library materials, called Deposit Collections, to assisted living facilities that may not be large enough for a stop. Each collection is specifically chosen for that facility and rotated on a monthly basis with different materials.

For more information about Deposit Collections and services for assisted living communities, please contact us.

HOME DELIVERY

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Arapahoe Libraries can deliver materials directly to your home if you are unable to visit the library or one of the bookmobile stops. This service is offered to patrons who have temporary or long-term physical or medical limitations, or who lack transportation—regardless of age.

Prefer to have your library items sent to your home? The Materials by Mail program pays the postage for both the delivery and return of materials, and includes a postage-paid addressed envelope to return materials.

You can request specific titles or ask for a librarian to select titles for you. From the latest books and DVDs, to music CDs, tech and assistive devices, there are thousands of materials waiting for you. What will you discover next?

SENIOR RESOURCES

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