Central Branch Library-Layton

155 North Wasatch Drive
Layton, UT 84041


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Located south of Layton High School, the Central Branch opened in 1988 and was expanded in 2002  to its current size.

Interior highlights include the  Val A. and Edith D. Green Young Reader's Area, where a child's imagination can take flight with features like a display case, copper birds, and a large balloon mobile.

As one of the larger branches within the system, this library offers a strong collection of books, audio books, films, music and magazines to suit a wide range of library users. It also provides Wi-Fi connectivity and a comfortable reading area for patrons.

Central Branch is the ideal location to enjoy an afternoon of  discovery by browsing, reading or  researching information. As in all the library’s branches, a variety of vibrant and engaging programs are offered to patrons of all ages.

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