Lynnwood Library is owned by The City of Lynnwood; library services are provided by Sno-Isle Libraries, a special purpose library district. Meeting room use policies are determined by the Lynnwood Library Board, and approved by the City of Lynnwood mayor or designee. Lynnwood's managing librarian oversees the daily use and booking of the meeting room. The room is 1,000 square feet, and has a maximum seated capacity of 64 people. Ten tables and 60 chairs are available. The room is equipped with a pull-down projection screen and lectern.
Quiet Zone / Study Rooms: There is a group study room available, occupancy limit is 10 people. The room may be reserved through the circulation department up to one month in advance for up to two hours per day. Inquire at circulation desk for availability.
48 public reservable Internet PC's with shared printers and six non-reservable catalog only PC's. 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 Microsoft Word 2013, Microsoft Excel 2013, Microsoft PowerPoint 2013, Microsoft Publisher 2013, Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Earth, Windows Media Player, Adobe Reader, Paint.net software installed.
Color printing is available at the Arlington, Camano Island, Coupeville, Darrington, Edmonds, Freeland, Granite Falls, Lynnwood, Marysville, Mill Creek, Monroe, Mountlake Terrace, Mukilteo, Oak Harbor, Snohomish, Stanwood and Sultan 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.
Computers are available with additional software including Photoshop CS6, Acrobrat Pro, iMovie, Garageband, and more. Please call the library for further information about capabilitites and availability.
Media conversion equipment (VHS to DVD, cassette to CD) and high quality flatbed scanners are also available for use.
Adaptive Equipment: Yes, ADA automatic doors, lowered water fountain in lobby, handicapped parking, a Scooter, lower counters at circulation and information desks for wheelchair bound patrons, one PC with large screen monitor. Purple Videophone for deaf and hard-of-hearing individuals.
Copier/Scanner with USB: Black and white copies 10 cents per page, Color copies 50 cents per page, Scanner no charge.
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 domestic fax are $1.75 for the first page and $1.00 per additional page. Self-service fax machines are not able to receive a fax.
Public Phone: Yes.
Microfilm and Fiche Reader / Printer: Yes, one.
Volunteering: Yes, ask at check-out desk in library for our volunteer coordinator or call the library at (425) 778-2148.
Display / Bulletin Board Policies: All event information is posted and removed by authorized personnel. Please inquire at check-out desk in library for more information or call the library at (425) 778-2148.
Parking: The library is on the city campus which has a large paved outdoor parking lot. The lot is used by customers using the library, police, and other city departments. There is a smaller lot between the library and 44th Ave specifically for library customers. All parking is free with no restrictions. There are four ADA spaces and one 2-minute space for book drop-off.