The Fraser Valley Library is located at 421 Norgren Road in Winter Park or Fraser, Colorado. The library is situated near the Fraser Valley Elementary School. The library is a large facility that offers adult education classes, children's programs and activities, and a number of community events. The library provides service to most of the southeast area of Grand County which includes the towns of Fraser, Winter Park, and Tabernash. The library was designed in 1998 by Michael Brendle and offers 8,460 square feet of space.
The library includes large and comfortable reading areas lit with natural light, two small study rooms, a large conference room, and public meeting space. There are a number of computers available for visitors complete with high speed internet access and connectivity. A full suite of Microsoft programs are available on each computer and are available to the public at no charge.
The library also includes a large collection of materials for both adults and children. Books, periodicals, magazines, books on tape and CD, music CDs, videos and DVDs are available for check out. The Sunday New York Times is also available at the Fraser Library. A small staff and regular employees help to service the library.