Berthoud Community Library District

Berthoud Community Library District


Public Library

About Us

The library was established in 1931 by the Berthoud Women’s Club. It was originally housed in the old grade school and moved to the town hall in 1952. The library was entirely staffed by volunteers from the Women’s Club until the 1970s. In 1995 the library build a separate facility at its current location on Welch Avenue. This was made possible by gifts from Dr. Helen Fickel and Dr. R. Bruce Fickel, Berthoud businesses, organizations, individuals, and the Town of Berthoud. In July 2008 the Berthoud Community Library District was formed, making the library an independent entity with a larger service area. The library also joined a library consortium in 2013, giving those who use the library access to over 1.4 million items from all around the state.

Library Hours:
Computer Use & Browsing
We are fully open to the public. Come on in to see us and check out the events we have.
Monday - Friday: 10AM-6PM
Saturday: 10AM-12PM, 1PM-4PM (Closed from 12PM-1PM)

Curbside Pick Up
Email us at or give us a call at (970) 532-2757.
Pick up your items by the outdoor book drop on the east side of the building between the following hours.

Curbside Pickup Hours:
Monday - Saturday: 10AM-5PM

Video Media

Rep/Contact Info

Amie Pilla