Grand County
 
 
Library

Grand County Library

The Grand County Public Library provides access to information, materials, and services to all members of the community to encourage a lifetime of learning.

Address
257 E. Center St, Moab, UT 84532

Phone
(435) 259-1111

Fax
(435) 259-1380

Hours

Monday - Friday
9:00am - 8:00pm
Saturday
9:00am - 5:00pm
Sunday & Most Legal Holidays
Closed

Email
info@moablibrary.org


Website


www.moablibrary.org

Mission Statement
The Grand County Public Library is a community center which provides access to information, materials and services to stimulate imaginations and encourage lifetimes of learning.

Library Roles

  • The library collects and maintains materials that are popular, relevant and/or current for patrons of all ages.
  • Libraries, communities and methods of retrieving information are improving and changing rapidly.  The library attempts to keep our computers, technology and internet access consistent with patron needs and requests.    
  • The library provides programs, materials and services related to emergent literacy, and the library collaborates with local agencies to promote best practices for creating lifelong readers in our community. 
  • Research tools such as databases, microfilm, Interlibrary Loan, local government information and the internet are provided.  The library provides help and training to teach people how to best utilize these resources. 
  • The library strives to be a comfortable and appealing place for people to frequent and provides meeting room space for non-profit entities and community groups. 

Photos courtesy of Rob Beishline


Staff

Carrie Valdes
Library Director
carrie@moablibrary.org

Meg Flynn
Head of Adult Services
meg@moablibrary.org

Charlotte Hurley
Head of Children/Teen Services
charlotte@moablibrary.org


Grand County Public Library Community Report



The Grand County Public Library is the 2007 "Best Small Library in America." This honor is an annual prize awarded by the editors of Library Journal and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. See the full cover feature story from the February 1, 2007 Library Journal at www.libraryjournal.com.