Farr Regional Library serves a dual role as both a community library and a resource library for the northern area of the High Plains Library District. The 38,000 square foot facility can hold up to 175,000 items and is equipped with 38 public computers.
Through its building design, the library has a variety of spaces that meet the diverse needs of the community including areas for collaboration, meetings, and quiet study. The library offers a café/vending area, a flex meeting room for impromptu meetings and collaborative work, community reading and study rooms, a large children’s area, a separate teen area, and numerous informal seating areas.
The Farr Regional Library features eight custom stained-glass windows commissioned by local artist Carolyn Stuart, a fireplace with a comfortable reading area, a small conference room, and a large meeting room.