Library Locations

Post Date: Mon, November 30, 2020

The Lucile H. Bluford Branch (3050 Prospect Ave.) will remain closed until further notice after learning a staff member has tested positive for COVID-19. That staff member worked the week of November 23. The branch has been closed since Thursday, November 26 for the Thanksgiving break.

Post Date: Mon, April 23, 2018

The Kansas City Public Library is celebrating the makeover of its Southeast Branch, 6242 Swope Parkway, with a community open house on Saturday, April 28, 2018, from 10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.

Post Date: Tue, June 26, 2018

Lucile Bluford – namesake of the Library's L.H. Bluford Branch – was a local civil rights leader and helped make The Kansas City Call one of the most important African-American newspapers in the nation. During July, The Library celebrates Bluford’s impact on the KC community and the nation at large.
 

Post Date: Fri, January 12, 2018

Memories are made at the Library each day. Our staff members reminisced about some of the moments from the past year that stood out as unique and notable -- stories and anecdotes underscoring how the Library is a special place that offers so much to our community. 
 

Post Date: Tue, December 7, 2021

A highlight of the Kansas City Public Library’s year was the February completion of the North-East branch following its 18-month renovation.  “One of the things we love about this space is that the North-East Branch isn’t just a part of the community, it’s embedded in the community,” said Library Director John Herron. Find out more about the changes made with community input.
 

Post Date: Mon, July 18, 2022

Nominations are  now open for The Pitch's Best of Kansas City 2022 and you're encouraged to cast a vote for us as your favorite Missouri-side library location! The nomination round is open until July 30, 2022.
 

Post Date: Thu, June 6, 2019

If you’ve visited the Library’s Plaza Branch recently, you may have noticed a new addition to our team. Meet our new automated sorting machine – it’s here to help speed up the process of checking in returned materials and getting them back onto shelves faster, plus it will free up staff to focus on assisting patrons instead of sorting through returns.