Community Involvement

The Library is fortunate to enjoy the support of the community of Liberty Lake through non-profit library-affiliated groups, volunteers, and the appointed Library Board of Trustees. Each offers different ways for the public to be involved in the Library and welcomes them to attend meetings and participate in making the Library the heart of the community. Visit the sites below for more information on how you can get involved.

Library Groups
Library Board of Trustees - Appointed by the Mayor, the Board sets the policy and direction of the Library. Meets the 1st Thursday of every month at 10:30 a.m. at the Library.
Library Foundation - Non-profit that enhances the Library by raising funds for library capital projects, library programs, and additional needs. Meets the 1st Wednesday of every month at 12 p.m. at the Library except January, July, August, and December.
Friends of the Library - The Friends raise funds for library programs, resources, and events and volunteer their time to help provide them. They run the used book sale and the annual tea party. Meet the last Tuesday of every month at 4 p.m. at the Library.

Volunteers

Volunteers provide a generous service to special projects and events and daily operations at the Library. Regular volunteer assignments based on current Library needs are available to individuals 14 years and older who submit an application and pass a background check. Volunteer application.

Students under 14 years of age fulfilling community service requirements for school will be accepted as volunteers on a case-by-case basis. Anyone needing to volunteer to fulfill outside requirements must agree to do so for at least three (3) months, even if that exceeds their requirements.

Contact the Library at 509-232-2510 or library@libertylakewa.gov for more information.