About Langley Library
- Language collection: Spanish
Langley Library has no parking lot. Street parking only.
No parking lot, only street parking is available. There is one accessible parking space on Second Street near the ramp to the library.
Library is on a small hill with a ramp available from the sidewalk to the front doors.
2 accessible self-checkout stations.
Materials are consistently shelved on bottom shelves.
Some materials are shelved above 4 feet high in all sections of the library.
Learn more about accessibility at Sno-Isle Libraries.
Langley Library Remodel
Built for you, inspired by you.
★ On January 18, the City of Langley's Design Review Board recommended approval of the design plan as presented. The covered bike rack is supported but will be explored further.
★ We are moving the latest design renderings through the City's approval process
★ February 6 is the City Council Meeting
Revitalize Your Library
The Langley Library is a 100-year-old historical site. The 3,600 square foot building is owned by the City of Langley, and Sno-Isle Libraries is collaborating with the city to revitalize the Langley Library while preserving its heritage.
With the support of the City of Langley, Sno-Isle Libraries was awarded a $700,000 WA State Library Capital Improvement Grant to Improve accessibility and energy efficiency while preserving the historic nature of the library building by June 30, 2023.
Darrington Capitol Planning Updates
Feb 6th | 10:00am - 10:30amOnline Event
Feb 6th | 10:00am - 10:45amOnline Event
Feb 7th | 9:00am - 10:00amOnline Event
Feb 7th | 10:00am - 10:30amOnline Event