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 is currently located in a temporary location at 2211 Grade Road, with a full array of in-building and contact-free services available. Sno-Isle Libraries' priority is partnering with the growing community to complete plans for a new library on the property owned by the district in the Chapel Hill neighborhood. 

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Long-term Facility Solution

Sno-Isle Libraries is committed to engaging with the Lake Stevens community  to determine how to best fill the community’s needs in the long term. Work continues toward the goal of a new permanent library on the property the library owns in the Chapel Hill neighborhood. State grant funds of $3.1 million have been secured toward the construction of a new library in Lake Stevens. 


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, near Target where the library and the city both own parcels. Incorporating community input is a key element in the development process. For more information, visit the  Civic Center Campus website.

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