St Louis County Library

St. Louis County Library

Website Link: www.slcl.org/

Branches, and Hours Open, Near the Spanish Lake Area

Library Branch Hours
Sun*
1:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Mon
9:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m.

Tues
9:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m.

Wed
9:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m.

Thurs
9:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m.

Fri
9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Sat
9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
*Sept 9, 2007 - May 18, 2008

Lewis & Clark Branch
9909 Lewis-Clark Blvd. • St. Louis, MO 63136 • (314) 868-0331

Services:

  • 2 self-service black and white copy machines, $.10 per copy
  • 3 library catalog and electronic resources computers
  • 2 computers with kids' software games
  • 7 computers with Internet access and Microsoft applications
  • Computer lab with 12 computers for free classes and open labs
  • Black & white printing available at $.10 a page
  • Tax forms
  • Public meeting rooms

Two rooms are available for non-profit groups. A $10.00 fee is charged for each meeting. For further details, read the St Louis County Library's meeting room policy and download an application.
To reserve a room, please call (314) 868-0331.

History
Lewis & Clark Branch opened for public use on January 8, 1963. It is named for the famous team of explorers, Meriwether Lewis and William Clark. The branch is located less than five miles from the historic take-off point of the party that pushed off into the Missouri River to begin the exploration of the Louisiana Territory in May 1804.

Jamestown Bluffs
4153 N. Hwy 67 • Florissant, MO 63031 • (314) 741-6800
Services:

  • 1 computer with assistive technology screen magnifier software
  • 2 self-service black and white copy machines $.10 a copy
  • 3 computers with kids' software games
  • 4 library catalog and electronic resources computers
  • 7 computers with Internet access and Microsoft applications
  • Black & white printing available at $.10 a page
  • Exam proctoring
  • Tax forms
  • Tutoring room (first come, first serve basis)
  • Voter registration
  • Public meeting rooms

Two rooms are available for non-profit groups. A $10.00 fee is charged for each meeting. For further details, read the St Louis County Library's meeting room policy and download an application.
To reserve a room, please call (314) 741-6800.

History
Jamestown Bluffs, the nineteenth branch of the St. Louis County Library, opened on May 28, 1998. Located on North Highway 67 and named for the historic "Old Jamestown" area and the Missouri River Bluffs, the branch serves a northern area of St. Louis County that has seen dramatic increases in population during recent years.

Mission Statement
The mission of the St. Louis County Library District is to provide the resources and services to enrich individual minds, enhance lives and expand perspectives.

Vision Statement
The St. Louis County Library District Staff, Board and Community envision a future in which:

  • every person can enjoy an intellectually and culturally rich life
  • our community celebrates and appreciates its diversity
  • our staff find value in their contribution to our mission
  • our facilities will be welcoming and comfortable spaces

Values and Goals

At St. Louis County Library we value:

  • Intellectual freedom and confidentiality of customers’ use of the library
  • Well-trained, knowledgeable, courteous and professional staff
  • Vital, relevant and effective library services
  • Responsible stewardship of the public funds
  • Diversity and the different perspectives that strengthen our community and library
  • Partnerships that contribute to the library goals
  • New methods of information delivery
  • Outreach to customers beyond the walls of our physical facilities

Because of these values, we have developed the following goals to guide us through the next five years of service to our community.

Celebrate diversity
Community diversity will be fully integrated into library services and programs in a language and format which meets their diverse needs.

Visit a comfortable place
Library users of all ages will have friendly, inviting, safe facilities which are accessible physically and virtually.

Connect to the online world

Residents of all ages will have reliable, leading edge technology to support the vision of the library, making its resources accessible to the community.

Encourage and support young readers

Children of all ages will have programs and services designed to develop a love of books, reading, writing and learning to ensure school readiness.

Stimulate Imagination/Satisfy Curiosity
Residents of all ages will have materials and programs that excite their imagination, satisfy curiosity and provide pleasurable reading, viewing and listening experiences in pursuit of lifelong learning.

Information fluency

Residents of all ages will have the skills to search for, locate, evaluate, and effectively use information to meet their needs.