The Road to a Future Lake Stevens Library

The Lake Stevens Library has been providing service to the community for over 75 years. The library building located at 1804 Main Street has been demolished as a part of plans to develop North Cove Park, and library services will be relocated. Sno-Isle Libraries is committed to partnering with the growing community to determine the best way to deliver world-class library service to Lake Stevens residents.

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Pop-up Library – Summer 2021 

During the summer of 2021, limited library service will be offered out of Lundeen Park, opens a new window in the Parks and Recreation, opens a new window office next to the concession stand. Services available will include:

    • Holds pickup
    • Returns
    • Library Card Registration
    • Summer Reading Program

Community members may also return their items at the book drop in Lundeen Park.

Temporary Service – Fall 2021

In the fall of 2021, Sno-Isle Libraries will begin offering library service out of the former police station location at 2211 Grade Road. Renovations are underway at this location to prepare the site to provide temporary library service to the Lake Stevens community.

Long-term Facility Solution

Sno-Isle Libraries is committed to engaging the Lake Stevens community in a discovery process to determine how to best fill the community’s needs in the long term. 

Civic Center Campus

The City of Lake Stevens, in partnership with Sno-Isle Libraries and the Lake Stevens Sewer District, is exploring the possibility of developing a Civic Center Campus on Chapel Hill Road. Incorporating community input is a key element in the development process. For more information, visit the Civic Center Campus website.

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