Room Reservations

Room Reservations

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Meeting Rooms

Sno-Isle Libraries offers bookable public meeting spaces for library card holders at many of our community libraries. Meeting rooms can be used, free of charge, for non-commercial gatherings.

Please check in at a service desk when you arrive.

  • A library card is required.
  • Reservations must be made by an adult library cardholder (18 years or older).  
  • Can be booked a maximum of 60 days and a minimum of two days in advance.
  • Groups are limited to two reservations per month.
  • Reservations are limited to a maximum of four hours.
  • Please read the Meeting Room Guidelines and Meeting Room Policy before reserving a room.
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Study Rooms

Study rooms are available to reserve at some Sno-Isle Libraries. Study rooms can be used, free of charge, for individual study, school group projects, job interviews, tutoring, and other small group meetings. Book online or contact your Community Library, opens a new window to reserve a study room. 

Please check in at a service desk when you arrive.

  • A library card is required.
  • Library users of any age may reserve study rooms.
  • Reservations may be made up to seven days in advance.
  • Reservations may be booked for up to two hours in 30 minute increments.
  • Individuals are limited to two bookings per week.
  • Reservations will be held for the first 15 minues of the booking. If not claimed, the space will be available to in-person requests.
  • Please read the Study Room Guidelines and the Customer Use of Library Spaces Policy before reserving.

If you would like to reserve a space not listed in the online booking system or have another question about booking spaces at Sno-Isle Libraries, please connect with us or call your Community Library. Emails are required to book online. If you do not have an email address contact your Community Library.

Sno-Isle Libraries provides access to its public meeting rooms in an equitable manner to organizations engaged in educational, cultural, intellectual, charitable or civic work.  All meetings will be non-exclusive and will be open to the general public regardless of the attendee's gender, race, ethnicity, age, disability, sex, sexual orientation, gender, veteran status, marital status, or religious or political affiliation. 

FAQs: Visiting Your Library

  • Remote printing can be submitted from your home computer, a library laptop, or another device through our Remote Printing Portal.  Double-sided printing is not available for remote printing, however customers can print double-side by using library computers in person.  For print jobs that exceed your remaining weekly credit, you may add funds at an in-building print station. To Print Remotely Visit the library’s Remote Printing Portal. Enter your library card number and PIN then choose Web Print from the left menu. If you are on mobile, tap View in Desktop Mode from the bottom of the summary.
    1. Select Submit a Job
    2. Select black and white or color and size of paper you would like to print
    3. Select the Print Options and Account Selection button
    4. Enter the number of copies you need and select the Upload Documents button
    5. Upload files by dragging them into the highlighted box or browse files by selecting Upload from Computer
    6. Select the Upload and Complete
    To Retrieve Your Remote Print Job
    1. To have library staff print the job for contact-free pickup, select the Notify Library button. Once the form opens, select a library, enter your library card number, and submit. Please allow 2 business hours for documents to be printed and available for pickup.
    2. To print yourself, visit any library during open hours. At the print station, enter your library card number and PIN, then select the job you would like to print.
  • You can give permission for another person to pick up your holds by calling or visiting your community library. Staff will ask for your library card number or account information. Staff will then add the name of the person you are authorizing to pick up holds to your account. The holds will always be checked out on the account of the person picking up the items.

  • To use contact-free pickup, place your holds as usual. Once you receive the notification that your holds are available:

    1. Go to the library and call the contact-free pickup number for that library.
    2. Provide your library card number or name and contact information to staff.
    3. Library staff will check the holds out on your account and tell you where to pick up your materials.
    4. Take home and enjoy!
  • Check your library’s hours. To find out about holiday closures, see our scheduled building closures

FAQs: Contact Us

  • Chat with us

    By email

    • Submit your questions, comments or suggestions by email and our librarians will assist you.

    By phone

    • Check Locations & Hours to find your community library's phone number and operating hours.
    • Questions? A member of our Administrative Center staff can also help direct your call. Call us at 360-651-7000 (local) or 877-766-4753 (toll free), Monday - Friday, 7:30 am - 4:30 pm.

    Text us

    • Text your questions to (360) 810-5188. Text assistance is available Monday - Saturday, 9 am - 6 pm. Please include your name and telephone number in your initial message. Standard text messaging rates apply.

    Book a Librarian

    • Make an appointment for a virtual or in-person Book a Librarian session. These free sessions allow you to get one-on-one assistance with your research and technology questions. 
  • Contact us for assistance.

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