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All libraries are offering in-building and contact-free services. Masks are strongly recommended when visiting your library.
Most libraries are cooling centers and will be open regular hours. Contact your community library for more information.
Budget & Funding
Every year, the Sno-Isle Libraries Board of Trustees adopts a balanced budget for the 23 community libraries, online services, Library on Wheels and a service center to meet the needs of more than 750,000 residents in the library district across Snohomish and Island counties.
The budget authorizes spending for library operations and maintenance including:
State Audits
Every year, the State Auditor's Office conducts financial and accountability audits of Sno-Isle Libraries. Clean audit reports have been received for the past 32 years. State audits of Sno-Isle Libraries financial practices are available at sao.wa.gov. Search for "Sno-Isle Regional Library."
2021 Budget &Executive Summary
2020 Budget
2019 Budget
2018 Budget
2017 Budget
Technology brings big savings, more comfort
Energy conservation efforts and real-time maintenance saves library-district taxpayers $400,000 to $500,000 annually.
Funding Sources
Sno-Isle Libraries receives about 98 percent of its funding for daily operations and maintenance from the general library levy.
The levy affects all properties within the library district in Snohomish and Island counties. The cities of Everett, Bothell and Woodway are not part of the library district.
The library operations levy is collected by county treasurers in Snohomish and Island counties and funds are transferred to Sno-Isle Libraries.
The remaining 2 percent  of library funding comes from a variety of sources, such as:
What do these terms mean? Review our glossary for some helpful definitions.
Library Levy
Levy Vote
Library Capital Funding
Island County Library Capital Facilities Area Special Meeting Documents
Snohomish County Library Capital Facilities Area Special Meeting Documents
Library News
State budgets $5.7M for Sno-Isle Libraries capital projects
Washington legislators budgeted $5.72 million for Sno-Isle Libraries capital projects in Lake Stevens, Mariner, Langley and Darrington.
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