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Douglas County Libraries elevates our community by inspiring a love of reading, discovery and connection.

Douglas County Libraries is the fourth-largest library system in Colorado, and we play a vital role in the life of our community with programs and services for kids, teens and adults. We lend nearly 7 million books, DVDs, magazines, e-books and audiobooks every year, including more children’s materials than any other Colorado library.
Our seven locations offer a large collection of popular materials; children’s books; reference materials and research tools; downloadable audio, video and e-books; wireless access; public internet stations; and friendly, professional staff. We also provide reading recommendations and online access to the DCL Archives & Local History and community information.
We offer signature programs for all ages, more than 75 Storytimes each week, children’s and teen writing groups, book clubs, used book sales, and a variety of interesting events that engage, educate and entertain customers of all ages. Study rooms, large meeting rooms, and event venues are available to the public.

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Our Community Engagement/Communications Team can help answer your questions, put you in touch with library leadership or staff responsible for specific programs, and help you develop library stories for your audience.
Amber DeBerry, Director of Community Relations

Amber DeBerry

Director of Community Engagement

(303) 688-7641

Nanci Marr, Marketing and Communications Supervisor

Nanci Marr

Marketing & Communications Manager

(303) 688-7642

Melissa Anciaux, Staff Writer/Editor

Melissa Anciaux

Staff Writer/Editor

(720) 348-9526

Sarah Neufeld, Digital Marketing Specialist

Sarah Neufeld

Digital Marketing Specialist

(720) 348-9524

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