July has been a very busy month for the King County Library System, as we significantly expanded services allowed under Phase 2 guidelines, including our contac
King County Library System is taking things to the next level, now that King County has been approved to move into Phase 2. For KCLS, it means offering a new patron service called Curbside to Go as well as opening book drops at some libraries. Barring any major announcements from King County Public Health, Curbside…
The Washington State Department of Health has granted King County’s request to proceed to a modified Phase 1.5, and I’m pleased to say this means the King Count
The King County Library System (KCLS) is slowly moving towards a phased-in plan to reopen our library buildings after an unprecedented three-month shutdown to h
The King County Library System stands with The Urban Libraries Council statement on the role of libraries in dismantling systemic racism.
Time to reopen. These are words we are all longing to hear. With cautious optimism, the King County Library System is developing plans for reopening its doors
The King County Library System continues to rise to the challenge of creating new and innovative ways to reach and engage patrons during the pandemic.
Amid stay-at-home mandates and closures of all kinds, including libraries, I want to reassure the public that King County Library System is still very much “open for business” - online.
Faced with the unprecedented circumstances surrounding the COVID-19 novel virus, King County Library System (KCLS) has made the difficult decision to close all
A Gallup Poll released in late January shows that libraries across the country drew more visitors than sporting events, concerts, theater, museums and other entertainment venues. Find out how libraries continue to be important community assets even in the digital age.