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A Diverse Community...

The High Plains Library District is committed to serving diverse populations. We choose to celebrate the differences between people, be they based on age, gender, race, diverse abilities, cultural background or sexual orientation. HPLD strives to build communities where difference is appreciated and valued, with the understanding that differences between people are what enriches our communities and enables us to share in a wealth of experience.

Visit Your Library

What is the library?
The library is a place for newcomers to the community to discover, learn, and grow. There are many resources available that will help you improve your language, technology and literacy skills. The library connects communities to information, inspiration and entertainment for life.

How can I get a library card?
Visit any one of the District’s libraries to receive your card or apply online. A photo ID with your current address is required in order to obtain a card. If your ID does not have your current address a second document with your current address is required.

Where is the library?
There are five main branches across northern Colorado and several member branches. Here is a list of all of our locations and hours.

What can I borrow?
You can borrow many items from the library from books to movies to even citizenship toolkits. Visit our list of borrower privileges.

Learn to Speak English

Learn to Use Technology

  • The High Plains Library District offers computer classes in many different areas. Introduction to Computers, Microsoft Word, the Internet and e-mail are all subjects taught at our branches. View the Computer Class Schedule here.

  • The High Plains Library District also offers 1-on-1 help in 30-45 minute sessions. Help is offered on just about any subject, from technology to tutoring. If you have something you would like to learn about, Book a Librarian today.

Find a Job

Go to School

Stay Healthy

Build Your Community

  • Weld Department of Human Services Find information about social assistance programs, such as Employment Services, Child Care Programs, Financial, Food, and Medical Services, and much more offered by Weld County.
  • Weld County Youth Conservation Corps provides an opportunity for young people to get involved in projects in their community. Projects occur throughout Weld County.

  • Catholic Charities of Weld County provides relief to families in need. Contact them at (970) 353-6433. They are located at 1442 N 11th Ave Greeley, CO 80631

  • Connections for Independent Living is non-profit organization that aims at helping individuals with disabilities overcome challenges. They do this through different services they offer such as Employment Services, Deaf Services, Support Group and Classes and many more.

  • United Way of Weld County can help you connect with services that can make a positive impact on your life. 211 is an excellent service that helps locate any type of resource from English classes to help with GED.

  • Weld Food Bank is a non-profit organization that helps fight hunger and poverty through food programs and by educating our community about this problem.

  • Our Center in Longmont helps to provide basic needs, such as food and clothing.

  • The Colorado Coalition for the Homeless provides assistance with housing, health care and child care.

Find a Home

  • If you're facing homelessness, United Way of Weld County might be able to help.

  • Greeley Manor Apartments, 100 13th St #105, Greeley, CO, (970) 356-5489

  • Plaza Del Milgaro Headstart, 2500 1st Avenue, Greeley, CO, (970) 356-5036

  • Apply for subsidized housing at the Greeley Housing Authority

Get Around

  • The City of Greeley's Alternative Transport page provides information on other ways to travel.

  • Visit the Greeley-Evans Transit bus page for information on routes, fares and public transit options.

  • If you are a UNC student, you can get a free bike to use around campus.

  • Taxi cab service in Greeley: Shamrock Yellow Cab, (970) 224-2222.

  • Shuttle service: Rocky Mountain Shuttle: (970) 356-3366.

  • For those who are learning to drive,
    the Colorado Driver Handbook is available from the Colorado Department of Revenue. Also available in Spanish language.


Have Fun


  • The Union Colony Civic Center is the home of Greeley performance arts and has a lineup that features a variety of musical performers, plays and comedians.

  • With several historic locations in Greeley, the City of Greeley Museums have something for everyone.

  • Spirit of Flight, Erie's aviation museum, has vintage airplanes and hundreds of rare aviation items for viewing.