From its location high on the south slope of Peavine Mountain, Northwest Reno Library boasts beautiful views of the mountains to the south, east and west. Opened in June 1999, the award-winning 30,000-square-foot library offers a broad collection of resources, computer technology, and multi-generational programs to enhance personal enrichment and to support lifelong learning.
This library's growing collection, approximately 95,000 items in a variety of formats, includes the Shia Szrut Holocaust Studies Memorial Collection, which contains materials encouraging tolerance and providing literature on the Holocaust of World War II for teachers, students and the public.
Public computers are available for Internet access, research and word processing tasks. Wireless Internet access is also available.
Programs ranging from Toddler Time, Preschool Story Time, and Family Fun Nights for children and parents, to adult book discussions and the nationally known "Lifescapes: Senior Writing Program" are available for free throughout the year.