The Carbon Valley Regional Library serves as a regional library for the southwest area of High Plains Library District. The 35,000 square-foot building houses approximately 105,000 items including movies, music, magazines, a Spanish-language materials collection and plenty of books. The library features two meeting rooms that are available for community members to reserve. It also houses four study rooms, a vending café, and an outdoor patio seating area.
This library focuses on providing materials for all age groups, from board books for babies to large print books. Programming runs the gamut as well with story times for children ages birth to six years old, a Teen Advisory Board and a variety of programs and volunteer opportunities for teens, book discussion groups, job search assistance, computer classes for adults and more.
The library maintains a special focus on early literacy efforts, including a variety of activity stations and events to help our young readers develop their love of reading and skill sets for life-long literacy.