|Libraries Closed: Temporary Mukilteo Library building closure, Dec. 10-12 with planned re-opening Friday, Dec. 13. No library services will be available at this location during the closure. Meetings and programs are cancelled. Customers who have library materials reserved and on-hold at Mukilteo Library will have those holds extended for an additional week. (Read more.)|
Adopted November 28, 1988 by the Board of Trustees
Revised November 27, 1989
Revised November 24, 1997
Revised March 23, 1998
Revised January 21,2003
Revised December 15, 2003
The mission of the Sno-Isle Libraries is to be a community doorway to reading, resources and life long learning and to be a center for people, ideas and culture.
Disruptive Behavior is any activity which endangers the perpetrator or others, interferes with the library business of other patrons or staff, or is illegal. This may include any activity which results in harm to library equipment or services.
A patron who is Disruptive will be notified that the behavior is inappropriate. If the behavior continues, the patron will be asked to leave the library. If the patron refuses to leave, local law enforcement officials will be called. Disruptive behavior on the part of a library patron may result in the suspension of an individual's library privileges, for a length of time to be determined by the Executive Director.Política Sobre la Conducta Perjudicial (Disruptive Behavior Policy - Spanish)