Laramie County Library System
- Education & Literacy
Location2200 Pioneer AveCheyenne, WY 82001 United States
Be a hub for engagement, literacy and learning, and lifelong curiosity and discovery.
The Laramie County Library in Cheyenne opened at 2200 Pioneer Avenue on September 8, 2007. Thanks to money approved by voters, the library is a three-story, 100,000+ square foot experience that has become a destination for the community.
Laramie County Library System (LCLS) serves a population of approximately 96,389 people through the library in Cheyenne, rural branches in Pine Bluffs and Burns, and a bookmobile. The library system has a staff of 75+ employees, an annual budget of $5.4 million, circulation in excess of 705,000 annually and a collection of more than 319,000 items.
LCLS is funded through the Laramie County government by a portion of the county’s property tax and 10% of the county’s share of an optional 1% sales tax.
The library continues to grow and serve the people of Laramie County with an ever-increasing collection, new and expanded services, and programs to promote lifelong learning.