The current Headquarters of the Davis County Library opened in 2012 on Main Street in Farmington. The original building opened in 1964 and was located on 100 East on the same campus.
The Headquarters Library is attached to Davis County’s Administration building and is approximately 20,000 square feet and contains an auditorium, conference rooms, quiet study space, a PC used to view, scan and print microfilm, WIFI and public Internet PC’s for public use. The library features a vibrant collection of books, audio books, films, music and magazines to suit a wide range of reading tastes as well as a “Locked Case” collection of materials with Davis County and Utah interest.
The Headquarters Library is unique in the system as it contains both the library administration and technical services department, which receives and processes books for the entire system and is the delivery hub for the of materials between branches.
Featuring art by several local artists, a children’s area with whimsical feel, comfortable seating in light filled bump outs and wireless connectivity it is a comfortable place for individual study and exploration as well as a vibrant community gathering space featuring a wide variety of family activities including weekly storytimes, author visits and art receptions.