Utah Valley Libraries & Genealogy
UVU's Digital Learning Center
Utah Valley has many famous libraries. Utah Valley University's Digital Learning Center features cutting-edge technology and has been called the "greenest" state-funded building in Utah. Equally as impressive is Brigham Young University's Harold B. Lee Library, which is among the top 10 university libraries and includes over 9 million volumes, microfilms, government documents, maps, films, etc. One highlight of the Harold B. Lee library is the BYU Family History Library, which is the second-largest genealogical library in the world! Check out a book or just take a look around one of the beautiful and impressive libraries located around Utah Valley.
The mission of the American Fork Library is threefold: to meet the information needs of our citizens, to provide a rich environment to encourage reading in our children and to improve the quality of life with recreational reading materials.
Brigham Young University's Family History Library is located in the Harold B. Lee Library on the second floor.
With over 9 million materials, the Harold B. Lee Library on BYU campus is one of a kind.
Public library serving the city of Eagle Mountain
The Lehi Library will promote life-long learning for all patrons by creating within the library a welcoming atmosphere where learning is encouraged.
The Orem Public Library houses more than 280,000 books and non-print items. It is one of the busiest single-branch libraries in the State of Utah, with 1.4 million items checked out annually.
Public library serving the city of Payson
Public library serving the city of Pleasant Grove
Built in 1875 with Romanesque style architecture, this classic building was the original Brigham Young University.
Public library serving the city of Santaquin.