The North Branch Library was opened in 1975. At that time, a senior citizen's center was established on the lower level and remained there until 2001, when the senior citizen's center relocated. Located near Clearfield High School as well as junior high and elementary schools, the North Branch provides a reliable and safe environment for patrons of all ages, especially children.
The branch offers a well rounded collection of materials that include books, audio books, films, music, magazines, internet pc’s for public use and Wi-Fi connectivity as well as a defined children’s area. The North Branch Library provides approximately 23,000 square feet for the delivery of public library service on both floors, including 250 seat auditorium and dedicated booksale space on the lower level.
The North Branch displays artwork by notable Utah artist Tony Rasmussen which creates an “anchor” to welcome patrons to both the library and the community. It is one of the most active branches both for accessing Public Internet and WiFi and making good use of the Library's reciprocal borrowing agreement between Davis County and the Weber County, benefiting patrons from both counties.