Libraries in the Las Vegas Area

The Meadows Library is located inside the new Stupak Community Center that opened in 2010. It is an outreach branch that offers materials in English and Spanish including books, DVDs, and music CDs.

Phone: (702) 474-0023

251 W Boston Ave
Las Vegas, NV

The Sahara West Library was opened in 1997. It has a 160-seat multipurpose room, a 60-seat glass room and a 45-seat boardroom which are rented out. It also offers free wireless Internet access. It houses a used book store.

Phone: (702) 507-3630

9600 W Sahara Ave
Las Vegas, NV

The Rainbow Library was opened in 1994. It has an interior area of 27,000 square feet, and it serves the people of Northwest Las Vegas by offering free wireless Internet access. It has a conference room and a meeting room which are given on hire.

Phone: (702) 507-3710

3150 N Buffalo Dr
Las Vegas, NV

The Gibson Library tries to give every citizen free access to books and information resources. The library has a large collection of over 100,000 titles including fiction, non-fiction, children's and audio visual materials.

Phone: (702) 565-8402

100 W Lake Mead Pkwy
Las Vegas, NV

The Lied library is one of the university libraries. They are partners in education and research work of the students. They also engage with the community at large providing assistance to business and to the alumni.

Phone: (702) 895-2111

4505 S Maryland Pkwy
Las Vegas, NV

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The LDS Family Search Library is exclusively meant for research in genealogy. It encourages people to find search for their ancestors. It holds classes in genealogy. It provides access to the database of billions of records of family history.

Phone: (702) 382-9695

509 S 9th St
Las Vegas, NV

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The Summerlin Library & Performing Arts Center occupies 40,000-square-feet of area and and houses a large collection of books and other literature. Also, there is a 294-seater theater which hosts all kinds of performing arts shows.

Phone: (702) 507-3860

1771 Inner Cir
Las Vegas, NV

The Clark County Library was opened in 1971 and serves as resource center for southern Clark County. It offers two theaters, a 399-seat main theater, and 110-seat Jewel Box Theater and a large conference room which are given out on hire.

Phone: (702) 734-7323

7060 W Windmill Ln
Las Vegas, NV

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The Las Vegas Library was opened in 1990. The library serves as a federal and state government depository. Specialized collections include gaming and local history. The library also houses topographical maps covering Nevada and surrounding states.

Phone: (702) 507-3500

833 Las Vegas N Blvd
Las Vegas, NV

The West Las Vegas Library was opened in 1989. It is a meeting place for the community. The library has a 20-seat dedicated homework help computer lab. The branch also offers free wireless Internet access and houses a 298-seat theatre.

Phone: (702) 507-3980

951 W Lake Mead Blvd
Las Vegas, NV

The Green Valley Library tries to every give citizen free access to books and information resources. The library has a large collection of over 100,000 titles including fiction, non-fiction, children's and audio visual materials.

Phone: (702) 207-4260

2797 N Green Valley Pkwy
Las Vegas, NV

The CSN Cheyenne library is a small library with variety of reading materials. This library offers books and movies available for checkout. It's a quiet place to study when students are in classes.

Phone: (702) 651-5723

3200 E Cheyenne Ave
Las Vegas, NV

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The West Charleston Library was opened in 1993. It is located next to the Charleston Campus of the College of Southern Nevada and offers services for both adults and children. It offers free wireless Internet access (Wi-Fi) and has a lecture hall.

Phone: (702) 507-3940

6301 W Charleston Blvd
Las Vegas, NV

The Deaf Smith Library has a history of over 100 years. It was started around 1910 with about 400 volumes. Now with the help of computers, it has over 60,000 volumes. The growth is expected to continue.

Phone: (702) 869-6200

7312 W Cheyenne Ave
Las Vegas, NV

CSN Library Services aims to foster discovery and critical thinking. It supports student learning programs. It aims to give equitable access to diverse shades of opinion. It encourages cross departmental and cross community partnerships.

Phone: (702) 651-5723

6375 W Charleston Blvd
Las Vegas, NV

Aliante Library is a small building with limited parking space available. Kids can enjoy nice events that are hosted in this library. The workers are helpful in finding books and movies that are available for checkout.

Phone: (702) 839-2980

2400 W Deer Springs Way
Las Vegas, NV

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Centennial Hills Library was opened in 2009. The 45,555-square-feet library is located adjacent to the Centennial Hills Park. It has a large collection of books, magazines, newspapers, DVDs, music CD's, and audio books.

Phone: (702) 507-6100

6711 N Buffalo Dr
Las Vegas, NV

The Paseo Verde Library tries to give every citizen free access to books and information resources. The library has a large collection of over 220,000 titles including fiction, non-fiction, children's and audio visual materials.

Phone: (702) 492-7252

280 S Green Valley Pkwy
Las Vegas, NV

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Wiener-Rogers Law Library's mission is to support the research, instruction, and public services activities of institution and students. The library maintains all the collections of United States legal materials.

Phone: (702) 895-2400

4505 S Maryland Pkwy
Las Vegas, NV

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Spring Valley Public Library is very close to the strip, just off Flamingo Road. It has a 180,000-volume-collection of books, magazines, newspapers, music CD's, book CD's, and DVDs. It has adult's and children's computers with Internet access.

Phone: (702) 507-3820

4280 S Jones Blvd
Las Vegas, NV