To meet the needs of the growing Kersey community, the library recently renovated a new location within the heart of the community and adjacent to a heavily used park. This new location is 3,400 square feet and can hold 5,600 items. It offers public access computers, Wi-Fi, printing, and one computer with age-appropriate learning activities and games for children.
The library hosts a variety of programs for children, teens, and adults that encourage reading, literacy, education, and cultural diversity with a focus on skills-based learning/training. There is one public meeting room and one study room. In addition to the existing adult book club, Kersey Library expanded services in 2018 to include a summer reading program, a free lunch program in conjunction with the Weld County Health Department, and afterschool programming for children. The library is an important part of the Kersey community and partners often with the Town of Kersey to carry out the district’s mission.