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.
King County Library System has gotten off to a great start in 2020, with two prestigious awards and much to look forward to in the coming year.
As King County Library System winds down another busy year, the New Year promises to be just as robust, with several major initiatives planned for 2020.
As the holidays approach, I would like to take this opportunity to say thank you to King County residents for making KCLS one of the top Library Systems in the
In November, voters can stay informed with fact-based, nonpartisan information from the King County Library System. Library patrons can tell us what they value most about libraries at public hearings where we present our annual operating budget.