The North-East Branch is located in the historic Northeast area - about 15 minutes from downtown Kansas City. In addition to items in English the North-East Library features a wide variety of materials in Spanish: books, magazines, fotonovelas, CDs, and DVDs. There is also a variety of books, newspapers in other languages to support the community.
North-East serves as a community center for the area as well as a meeting place for various community organizations and neighborhood associations.
Featured Activity at This Branch
Join us at the library for some family art fun! Make your own bubble maker and create fantastical bubble paintings! As it dries you can enjoy some colorful sherbet!
Fridays 11 am - 12 pm
- Computers: 16 for adults, 4 for kids, 3 "express" (15-minute limit)
- Free Wi-Fi access at all branches
Limited postal services are available:
- Purchase Forever Stamps
- Obtain Priority Mail Flat Rate envelopes and boxes
- Mail pre-stamped envelopes or packages
- Enjoy extended P.O. Box hours
The North-East Branch opened in 1914 in Northeast High School with 6,000 books. In 1986 the Northeast, East, and Blue Valley branches were combined into the North-East branch. The library building at 6000 Wilson Road opened in 1989 and now contains approximately 65,000 items.