Pueblo Library Foundation

Supporting Ideas, Imagination and Information at
Pueblo City-County Library District
for our community

Libraries share a special place in our hearts. For those without books or technology at home the public library is their ticket to new experiences and resources vital to a successful life. The Pueblo Library Foundation was established to partner with the people of Pueblo County to support Pueblo City-County Library District’s high-quality cultural and literacy programming efforts. Our library system is committed to inspiring our patrons, expanding the imaginations of children and adults, and providing relevant, quality information.

When you invest in the future of the library, you invest in the future of our community, its children and those of whatever economic and social background who seek a better life through education and enlightenment.

We’re Growing!



In 2013, PCCLD will break ground for three new libraries - Pueblo’s East Side, Greenhorn Valley and the St. Charles Mesa. Join us in making this exciting project a reality. For more information about this project click here, or call Amber, 562-5635 today!

Board of Directors

Established in 2011 by Pueblo City-County Library District Board of Trustees, seven board members were appointed in January 2012 to facilitate the business of the foundation.

Julie Rodriquez President Dr. Gary Parks
Vice President

Joyce Vigil
Secretary
Michael Voute
Treasurer

 

Priscilla Lucero Dr. R. J. Black Schultz Jim Stuart Anthony Nunez

 

(not pictured)
Carol King