Your Garfield County Libraries care deeply about the health and safety of our community and we are actively monitoring information in relation to COVID-19. Learn about what the libraries are doing in response to the virus as well as find links to reliable health organizations.
All Garfield County Libraries are closed through April 30.
As we are part of the local and global community, it is important to understand that this is the time to discourage public gatherings. We take our responsibility for the health and well-being of our community seriously. We are all working together to stay healthy. Minimizing social contacts will help slow the spread of this virus.
Events & Meeting Room Usage
All library in-person classes and events as well as all meeting room reservations are cancelled through at least April 30.
Borrowed Books, Fines, and Returns
All library book drops will be closed during the closure, and there will be no overdue fines during this time. Please hold on to your library materials until further notice.
All holds that are currently at the library will remain in the building, and will be available once we reopen. You can still use your library card to place holds on additional books and materials but those holds will not be filled until after we reopen.
Enjoy the Library From Home
Many of the library’s resources are also available 24/7 from the comfort of your home. Using your library card you can download ebooks and audiobooks, checkout digital magazines, stream movies, and much more with the following resources:
Books, Audiobooks, Magazines, Comics & Graphic Novels
Download eBooks and eAudiobooks with OverDrive
Enjoy Animated, Talking Picture Books for Kids with TumbleBooks
Read Digital Comic Books, Graphic Novels, and Magazines with RB Digital
Read eBooks, audiobooks, and Comics with Hoopla
Don't have a library card yet? Get one here.
If your library card is not working please contact us.
Resources for Reliable Information
We encourage everyone to utilize reliable and up-to-date COVID-19 information from the experts.
World Health Organization
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Colorado Department of Health
Garfield County Public Health
We understand that developments regarding COVID-19 are changing frequently. We will continue to actively monitor this ongoing situation and update this page as necessary.