Meeting / Study Rooms: There is one meeting room available with a capacity of 45. The meeting room features: 40 chairs, 7 tables, kitchen with sink and microwave, podium. Please contact Sultan City Hall for additional information and to reserve.
Quiet Zone / Study Rooms: No.
10 public reservable Internet PC's with shared printers and one non-reservable catalog only PC. All PC's can access the catalog for research and to place holds on Sno-Isle collections. Internet PC's may be reserved online or in the library.
All reservable PC's are Internet capable and have Google Earth, Windows Media Player, Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Publisher, and Picture Manager software installed.
Color printers are available at the Coupeville, Freeland, Lynnwood, Marysville, Monroe, Oak Harbor and Snohomish Libraries. Customers have the option of printing in color, at a cost of 50¢ per page. Color prints are not included in the 70 free prints permitted to each registered card holder per week. However, all prints from Sno-Isle Libraries catalog and databases, including those done in color, are free. For more information see the FAQ.
Wi-Fi: Yes, read more about wireless internet services.
Adaptive Equipment: No.
Copier/Scanner with USB: Black and white copies 10 cents per page, Color copies 50 cents per page, Scanner no charge. Coin operated only.
Fax Machine: Yes. Self-service kiosk. Using a debit/credit/FaxCash card (available for purchase at the library), follow basic instructions to SEND a fax. Costs for sending a fax are $1.50 for the first page and $1.00 per additional page. Self-service fax machines are not able to receive a fax.
Public Phone: No.
Reader / Printer: No.
Volunteering: Yes, ask at information desk.
Display / Bulletin Board Policies: Yes, there is one small community posting area in the entry way of the library and an art display area in the community center lobby. The art display area is reserved through Sultan City Hall. The City of Sultan and The Sultan Arts Council sets guidelines, polices and procedures for the art display area. The library entryway display areas are open to organizations or individuals engaged in educations, cultural, intellectual, or charitable activities. Commercial endeavors, political statements or comments, and religious displays to a particular faith or sect are generally not permitted. All materials exhibited or displayed in the Sultan library are subject to approval of the managing librarian and holds the right to refuse items. Decisions may be appealed to the Sultan library board.
Parking: Parking lot with eight regular spaces, eight on street parking spaces and two ADA parking space (one in parking lot and one on street).
Square Footage: 3,400
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes, there is a wheelchair ramp located on the north side of the building.
Year Built: 1999.