Centennial Park Library

Located in the heart of Greeley, the Centennial Park Library is a neighborhood library with services for all ages. With over 130,000 items on the shelves, 47 public computers, and free wifi, we have something for everyone’s taste. Our knowledgeable and friendly staff is always ready to assist with your information needs.

This library puts a strong emphasis on services to children. The children’s room features kid friendly spaces and activities as well as the apple-shaped story time theater. Newbury and Caldecott collections are shelved for easy access. There are five children’s computers providing educational games for literacy and technology skill building.

Teens: need a place to study, relax and read a book, or just hang out with friends?  Check out the Teen Corner.  The Teen Corner includes a lounge space and study tables, power outlets for all of your devices, and special displays for new books.  The Teen Room has four dedicated computer for teen use in the afternoon during the school year from 3 to 5 PM, and more tables to work on homework, projects or just a quiet space to read.  The CP Teen Advisory Board also meets in the Teen Room on the second Monday of the month from 4:30 to 5:30.

Centennial Park Library also houses the High Plains Library District’s Genealogy collection. The Genealogy Desk is staffed with volunteers in partnership with the Weld County Genealogical Society. The Society contributes more than 750 volunteer hours each year assisting patrons with their genealogical research.