Central Resource Library

Currently open
Mon - Thu: 9:00 am-9:00 pm
Fri: 9:00 am-6:00 pm
Sat: 9:00 am-5:00 pm
Sun: 1:00 pm-5:00 pm

Address

9875 W. 87th St.
Overland Park, KS 66212

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  • 2 electric vehicle charging stations
  • At least one catalog-only computer
  • Computers
  • Computer printing—black and white
  • Computer printing—color
  • Fax: (913) 826-4452 
  • Microfiche & Microfilm (4 digital readers)
  • Photocopiers—black and white
  • Photocopiers—color
  • Scanner: save to your USB flash drive and/or print in black and white
  • Typewriters
  • Wi-Fi (Wireless Internet Access)

Meeting rooms are free and available for use by government agencies and nonprofit groups engaged in educational, cultural, intellectual, recreational or charitable activities.

Carmack Community Room

Carmack Community Room features:

  • Accommodates 100 people
  • Podium
  • Projection Screen
  • Whiteboard with Dry Erase Markers

Reserve the Carmack Community Room

MakerSpace

The MakerSpace is a place you can go to learn new skills and software, make cool stuff and customize your world. Use the space to play, tinker and experiment with media, design and electronics in an open and collaborative environment.

Reserve the MakerSpace

Study Rooms

  • Library tours are available for groups. Call the library for more information.
  • "Art in the Stacks." The Johnson County Library sponsors exhibits of original artwork by local and regional artists. Want to display your art at the Library? 
  • Notary Service. Please call ahead for notary schedule/availability
  • MakerSpace
History of the Central Resource Library

In 1985 under the direction of County Librarian Roy Fox, preliminary planning began for a larger building. The Resource Library was renamed the Central Resource Library and Fox began negotiations to construct a new building at College Boulevard and Quivira on property owned by Johnson County Community College. Roy Fox retired in 1988 and newly appointed County Librarian Mona Carmack hired Gould Evans Architects, Inc. of Lawrence, KS to design a Central Resource Library building for the JCCC location.

Petitioners and protestors must stay inside the petitioning zone and must not interfere with patrons entering the building. This zone ensures patron safety and prevents sidewalk traffic congestion. The selected placement of the zone maximizes exposure of petitioners to patrons. Petitioners or protesters who cannot abide by these rules will be asked to leave the premises. We appreciate your cooperation. The designated petitioning zone is shaded in green in the diagram. Please notice this zone is located west of the front door.