Sno-Isle Libraries will now provide everyone who registers online for a Sno-Isle Libraries library card with immediate and uninterrupted access to Overdrive digital materials and all other digital services.
This has been done because as of Friday, March 13th, all Sno-Isle Libraries are closed due to the coronavirus health crisis.
This September Mill Creek Library is joining the American Library Association (ALA) and libraries nationwide for Library Card Sign-Up Month, a time to remind parents, caregivers and students that a library card is the first step towards academic achievement and lifelong learning.
Members of Friends of the Mill Creek Library joined other “Friends” groups at the annual Board and Friends Forum of the Sno-Isle Library System held at the Everett School District Administrative Offices in Everett on March 9th.
Following a nationwide search, the Sno-Isle Libraries Board of Trustees chose Lois Langer Thompson as the next executive director at their August 27, 2018, meeting. She will begin her new job on December 3rd.
Sno-Isle Libraries' summer reading program for students kicked off on Friday, June 1st. Avoid the summer academic slump by enrolling in the Explore Summer program and be ready for school to start in the fall.
The objective of the Sno-Isle Libraries board of trustees is to ensure the sound fiscal condition of Sno-Isle Libraries so it will be able to continue delivering excellent library services to nearly 750,000 residents of Snohomish and Island Counties into the future.
Sno-Isle Libraries will ask voters to maintain funding with a ballot measure in April, 2018. The resolution passed by the trustees calls for asking the voters to consider restoring 9 cents to the library district's regular operating levy.
This would be Sno-Isle Libraries first levy increase in eight years.
From Friday, July 28th, to Sunday, July 30th, there will be extra Washington State Patrol Troopers on the roadway, as well as our aviation unit in the sky, looking for unsafe, speeding, aggressive and impaired motorcyclists.
Sno-Isle Libraries received clean audit reports from the Washington State Auditor’s Office in February 2017. The audits extend the library district’s record of state audits with no findings to 30 years in a row.