Eagle Valley Library District is a system of libraries that responds to community needs by providing excellent opportunities and resources to read, learn and grow for residents and visitors of the Eagle Valley.
We Believe in an Inspired, Informed and Inclusive Community.
The Eagle Valley Library District was established November 3, 1992, by a vote of the Eagle County electorate. The District operates under the laws of the State of Colorado and is governed by a Board of Trustees appointed by the Eagle County Board of County Commissioners. The Trustees are appointed for a five-year term. The District was formed to provide for the selection, organization, and distribution of books and other materials to residents and visitors to the District. With the support of host municipalities, the District operates the Avon Public Library built in 1995, the Eagle Public Library built in 1997, and the Gypsum Public Library built in 2011.