The Edwin A. Bemis Public Library is a community gathering place used for meeting the informational, educational, recreational, and cultural needs of Littleton citizens. The library has materials in a variety of formats, access to online resources via the Internet, circulation and reference services, interlibrary loan activities, delivery service to the homebound, creative programs and activities for all age groups, and participation in the Colorado Library Card Program. Other offerings are the Sophie Bramley Sylvan Resource Center for the Visually Impaired which offers computers equipped with software and peripherals designed for use by the blind and visually impaired; the Aging Well Resource Center which provides information on area resources for senior citizens; and the Littleton Immigrant Resource Center, providing services needed by immigrants and refugees residing in the community.
The Teen deck is a place for teens to study, play video games, or hang out with friends.
In addition, the library is host to art shows sponsored by local art guilds and LPS school art programs and regular displays of artwork from local preschools; meeting rooms for use by non-profit groups.
The library is a great place for finding the perfect book, perfect chair and relaxing with a good read.