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 8 million books, CDs, DVDs, magazines, e-books and audiobooks every year, including more children’s materials than any other Colorado library.
"Thanks to a new Douglas County Libraries program, [Wendy] Wilson, and others like her, can earn their high school diplomas through an online program that can be catered to their needs."
Douglas County News-Press, November 23, 2017
"If you venture into Douglas County Libraries – Castle Pines, you may stumble upon a group of intrepid students sharpening their coding skills. … The [coding] club is focused on providing kids with the safe space and the tools needed to learn and excel at coding."
The Castle Pines Connection, November 2017
"A building full of books was the perfect setting for Joaquin Escobar to receive his United States citizenship ... The Parker branch of Douglas County Libraries hosted a naturalization ceremony for 28 new U.S. citizens from 19 countries on May 20, the first ceremony of its kind at the building."
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