St. Louis County Library is a vital community resource, supporting literacy and partnering with other organizations to support and enrich our community. In addition to books and other library materials, we offer free programs and services including computer classes, small business assistance, job help, Career Online High School, story times, STEM programming, summer and winter reading clubs, access to free online classes, and more. SLCL has recently renovated or replaced 17 library branches as part of the Your Library Renewed campaign. Upgrades include colorful children's areas with a family restrooms, quiet reading rooms, comfortable seating, private study rooms, teen spaces, updated community meeting rooms and more.
Telescopes are available for check out with a St. Louis County Library card.
After School Meals and summer lunches are available at select St. Louis County Library branches through a partnership with Operation Food Search.
Adults ages 25 and older can earn a high school diploma and career certificate through the Career Online High School program at St. Louis County Library.
St. Louis County Library has one of the largest bookmobile fleets in the country. Bookmobiles visit elementary schools, senior centers and other stops within the community.