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Access Legal Forms

Do you need a deed, will, or rental agreement form? Or do you need your name changed? You can find a form for that on our Legal Forms database. Legal Forms also offers quitclaim deeds, power of attorney forms, and forms for wills and estates issues. Other topics include Bankruptcy, Landlord/Tenant, Marriage and Divorce. If […]

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Subject Guides at your library

Subject Guides at Mesa County Libraries

Did you know that we have some great subject guides on our website?  A subject guide is a web page or set of web pages that are created by library staff and provide an overview of a topic.  With guides on community resources and services, downloadable and streaming media, education resources, genealogy, legal information, taxes, […]

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Libraries to reopen on a limited basis Monday, June 8

Update:  As of 7/13/20, all libraries are back to operating at regular hours.  We are still practicing COVID precautions–see post below for details and information on limited services.  Curbside pickup will continue to be offered indefinitely for those who don’t wish to enter the library. —————————– Mesa County Libraries plan to reopen to public visits […]

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Library offers curbside pick-up of holds

Mesa County Libraries are now offering curbside pick-up of holds. Using our curbside service is as easy as 1-2-3 … and 4! Place your items on HOLD in our catalog. You’ll be notified when they are available. After you’re notified, call your library branch to schedule a pick-up time. Pick up your items curbside! (Appointments […]

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