Hours of Operation

Carrie Bryant 

Donna Clark  

Michelle Cornwell 

Joann Fleckenstein

Karin Gould   

Linda Shultz

Crystel Whitehurst

Board of Trustees

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Director: Mr. Greg Weydert

Library Staff:

Beverly Somerville

Renee’ Lee

Lydia Thousand

Cindy Schaffer

Jacki Donohue



311 N. Highland Avenue

Creve Coeur, IL 61610-3136

Phone: 309-699-7921

Fax: 309-699-0949

E-Mail: crcopld@hotmail.com              

Project Clears’ main goal is to serve people who are unemployed. A local resource to help find new employment through resume building, job searching, pursue education to assist in employment opportunities. Help in applying for government assistance, or even to start-up his/her own business. We hope through our efforts that many people who have lost a job in the years past can find new gainful employment in the same field or in a new field.


Monday 10:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.

Tuesday-Friday 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.

Drop Box available for after hours returns


Mission Statement

The mission of the Creve Coeur Public Library District is to provide educational, informational, cultural, and recreational resources and services to all ages of people in the Creve Coeur Public Library District. The library will provide access to the universe of information, and especially that information which is of immediate relevance and interest to the community it serves. The library seeks to accomplish its mission through prudent management and development of its resources, and by providing access to materials and services to meet the present and future needs of the community it serves. In this effort, the Creve Coeur Public Library District cooperates with other libraries, and with other educational, and governmental institutions. Special emphasis is placed on current popular materials. The library serves as a learning center and educational center for all residents of the community.

About Us

Creve Coeur Public library

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There will always be one book amongst millions of others that is your favorite.

Library Information

The Creve Coeur Public Library was created by the Creve Coeur Women’s Club in 1945. In the early years the library was moved in a nomad fashion between members homes until enough money was raised to build a small building. The library was opened in its present location in 1951. It became tax supported in 1955 and an addition was added to the building in 1961. A second addition was added in 1975 increasing the building size to 4000 square feet. In 1992 the library was converted from a Municipal Library to a Library District.

Employment Help