Our Lone Tree Library
10055 Library Way in Lone Tree
Our new two-story, 25,000-square-foot library embodies Douglas County Libraries’ progressive service model, seamlessly connecting you to the surroundings and providing innovative amenities for entertainment and learning, and relaxed areas for families and conversation.
The library’s covered porch entry allows you to expand your library experience outdoors, encouraging a connection with Colorado’s beautiful landscapes. Three furnished terraces on the second floor, a multi-use community room, a meeting/craft space, numerous study rooms, and several interactive niches make it easy to meet, study and collaborate in this community-centered library. The metal screen structure creates a solar veil along the west face of the building, acting as a visual bridge to the adjacent eclectic Lone Tree Arts Center, and interesting public art pieces are sprinkled throughout the building.
Stop by to check out everything the new library has to offer!
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New Lone Tree library investment and naming opportunities:
This space, where community and library meet, will provide myriad opportunities to engage and entertain the public. It’s the perfect setting for hosting events from social functions to business meetings, to educational and entertaining programs. Seats 100+ guests with additional spill-over into the main library.
Celebrating the beautiful outdoors, this space offers a spectacular view and an opportunity to relax and enjoy Colorado’s wonderful climate. It’s a place for reading, conversing with friends, or quiet contemplation. Investment includes the green garden that adjoins the terrace.
This multi-use area demonstrates the library’s unique capacity for spaces where children and families come together for a wide range of experiences and activities. The flexible space, complete with state-of-the-art technology, accommodates Storytime in the mornings, and may be configured for tutoring, homework or homeschooling activities in the afternoons.
This unique meeting space includes a long work table and built-in storage in a non-traditional setting, so guests may collaborate on projects, as well as enjoy smaller areas for more comfortable conversation.
This area provides a non-traditional entrance to the library, outdoor seating, power outlets and a comfortable location where the community can gather to work or converse while enjoying the Colorado outdoors.
Encouraging privacy as well as collaboration, depending on community needs, each Study Room comes complete with wall mounts for tablets/screens/monitors and accommodates up to 6 people in comfortable surroundings.
These recessed-but-open areas between Study Rooms allow for reading, study and relaxation in semi-privacy, with quick access to special library collections.
This space, which opens to a small terrace, offers modern, comfortable seating which may be arranged to accommodate meetings or more casual interactions. The room opens onto a main library space perfect for small gatherings before or after a main event.
A quiet, contemplative and more traditional area with special lighting and fireplace. The Den opens onto a small terrace and may be used for smaller, more private meetings.
Featuring newspapers, magazines, and laptop vending, this high-traffic area has the look and feel of a coffee shop, offering engaging areas for conversation and connection.
“Tech It Out” Laptop Dispenser
Located in The Lounge, the dispenser integrates laptop borrowing into library services, and provides a computing alternative for patrons without their own portable devices.
Naming our flagpole offers the opportunity to commemorate a loved one or celebrate a special event. Investment includes a dedication plaque.