Mission: The West Custer County Library District encourages lifelong learning and provides resources to help people of all ages seeking knowledge, leisure, research, technology, and growth, as well as promoting history, culture, and a free exchange of ideas among the diverse users of the Library.
Vision: Although located in a small, rural community, the West Custer County Library District reaches out to the broader world through an expanding network of advanced technology to meet the growing needs of the public at large and to enhance the quality of life for those in Custer County.
- We believe it is vitally important that every citizen has ready and free access to the world of ideas, information, and creative experience.
- We align our services and programs with residents’ and visitors’ needs as individuals, as members of groups, and as regular and non-traditional Library users.
- We recognize the varying needs of all ages, backgrounds, interests, abilities, and levels of education of our community.
- We routinely consider not only the present, but also the future needs of the community.
Learn More About:
Getting a Library Account & Using Your Account
- Most items can be checked out for 3 weeks and are due before the library closes on the due date.
- Most items will renew automatically, but you may also call to check on due dates and renewal options.
- For lost or damaged items, the fee is the current replacement cost for the item.
- Overdue fines are $ .25/day for NEW books and CDs; $.50/day for DVDs (maximum of $10/per item) and Interlibrary Loans (ILL)). There are NO fines on overdue youth materials.
- Parents/guardians must sign for patrons under 18 to get a Library Card.
- Lost Library cards will be replaced for $1.00 to cover the cost of the laminated card.
- There will be a $15.00 service fee for checks returned by the bank to the Library due to insufficient funds.
- The Library adheres to the Colorado Revised Statutes 24-90-119, Privacy of User Records, which means we will not disclose any record or other information which identifies a person as having requested or used specific materials or service or as otherwise having used the Library.
- The Library’s wireless network is not secure. We recommend that you utilize virus protection, a personal firewall, and other protective measures. The Library is not responsible for any loss of information or damage to your equipment that might result from using the wireless network.