Our Mobile Library Services Department provides free public library service to Arapahoe Libraries patrons who are unable to visit a traditional library. A 33.8 ft bus bookmobile, and a 22 ft van, transport library materials and services to where they live. View a map of Library on Wheels Stops. Click on any location to find scheduled stops.
Items that are "on shelf" in the online library catalog may not be at a particular stop. Please call 303-LIBRARY (303-542-7279) if you have any questions about the location of a particular item.
For additional information about Mobile Library Services call 303-LIBRARY (303-542-7279).
This is where we talk about what senior stops are and fun stuff like that. Below will be a link to a map of stops.
Arapahoe Libraries can deliver materials directly to your home if you are unable to visit the library or Library on Wheels. The service is offered to our patrons who have temporary or long-term physical or medical disabilities, or who lack transportation – regardless of age.
You can request specific titles or ask us to select titles for you. From the latest fiction, classics and cookbooks, to music CDs and DVDs, we have thousands of materials waiting for you. We will bring the library to you!
We offer two different options for Home Delivery Library Service:
Special Home Delivery
Library staff or volunteers will make home deliveries of materials directly to your residence at an arranged time.
Materials by Mail
If you prefer to have library items sent to your home via the United States Postal Service, you can use the Materials by Mail program. We pay the postage for both the delivery and return of materials, and will include a postage-paid, addressed envelope to easily return materials back to the library.
To get started, call 303-LIBRARY (303-542-7279).
Did you know we offer a wide range of programs and classes. Check out this page full of resources for seniors curated by Arapahoe Libraries staff.
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