About Mariner Library
- 24/7 book drop
- Air conditioning
- Automated external defibrillator
- Bike rack
- Computers & laptop checkout
- Contact-free services
- First aid kit (available from staff)
- Meeting Room
- Parking lot
- Self-checkout stations
- Sharps disposal container
- Water bottle filling station
- Water fountain
- Language collections: Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Russian, Spanish, & Vietnamese
Visit room reservations for more information and to book a meeting room.
2 accessible parking spaces.
Parking lot is level and sidewalks have multiple curb cuts leading to main entrance.
Main entrance doors are automated.
Materials are consistently shelved on bottom shelves.
Some materials are shelved above 4 feet high in Adult and Teen sections of the library.
1 accessible self-checkout station.
Ergonomic front desk that can be lowered or raised as needed.
No desktop computer stations available. Laptops are available for checkout, please ask staff for assistance.
Learn more about accessibility at Sno-Isle Libraries.
Virtual Play & Learn with Wonderland Child & Family ServicesJun 6th | 10:00am - 10:30amOnline Event
Homeschool BasicsJun 6th | 6:00pm - 7:30pmOnline Event
Online Toddler Storytime with Susan & Rose TheresaJun 7th | 9:00am - 10:00amOnline Event
Introduction to Proposal WritingJun 7th | 11:00am - 12:30pmOnline Event
Just in at Mariner Library
Mariner Community Campus
Built for you, inspired by you.
★ Sno-Isle Libraries and Everett Housing Authority have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to begin exploratory efforts on a joint development for the Mariner Community Campus project.
★ We are currently evaluating potential properties for the library and Mariner Community Campus.
★ Continuing engagement with local partners to discuss future collaboration opportunities.
Building a foundation for our growing community, starting with your library.
Sno-Isle Libraries opened the Mariner Library as a temporary location in 2017. The community’s positive response to the library space led to a series of conversations with local partners to reimagine what a permanent community library could be, leading to the creation of the Mariner Community Campus. The campus is an ongoing collaboration between many local agencies that aim to create a community gathering space.