Edmonds Library has a new pop-up location 

For Immediate Release 

Media Contact:  

Katie Leone, Marketing and Communications Manager 

kleone@sno-isle.org  /  360.651.7050  

 

Shannon Burley, Deputy Director, Parks, Recreation and Human Services 

Shannon.Burley@edmondswa.gov  /  425.771.0232 

 

Community connection enhances our library services. In partnership with the City of Edmonds, Sno-Isle Libraries is excited to launch a pop-up library at the rooftop Plaza Room, 650 Main St, Edmonds. 

 

"I am delighted the City of Edmonds and Sno-Isle Libraries have successfully collaborated to provide library services to the public while we work together on a permanent plan," said Angie Feser, Edmonds Director of Parks, Recreation and Human Services.  "We all know how valuable the Library's services are, and the pop-up space will bring much-appreciated access to the public."  

 

Customers will be able to browse, checkout materials and access W-Fi outside the library’s main entrance or head to the rooftop Plaza Room. Sno-Isle Libraries staff are available to connect customers to everything the library offers.  

 

“Sno-Isle Libraries appreciate our customers support and thanks the City of Edmonds for providing a space to bring essential services into Edmonds. Bringing the community together is at the core of work, and our Edmonds’ team is thrilled to connect with our community,” said Diane Lai, Sno-Isle Libraries Community Libraries Director.  

 

Sno-Isle Libraries and the City of Edmonds are actively working towards a re-open plan which will be announced at a later date. 

 

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Sno-Isle Libraries serves over 800,000 residents in Snohomish and Island counties through 23 community libraries, online services and Library on Wheels. Our Vision: Everyone in our community is connected to their library. Our Mission: We engage and inspire our communities through equitable access to knowledge and resources.   

 

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