Whether you're an entrepreneur just starting out, an experienced business owner or a manager, Sno-Isle Libraries has services to help you save time and money. Think of us as your partner on the road to success.
Sno-Isle Libraries serves 687,680 residents through 21 community libraries across Washington's Snohomish and Island counties, as well as through online library and mobile library services. We are a library district committed to being a partner in the economic growth of our region.
Need help figuring out how to get that project done or find the latest industry information? Our Book-a-Librarian service is like having an information search consultant at your service. Free 30- to 60-minute sessions can be booked to explore any research topic for personal or professional use.
Examples of in-depth assistance on business research may include:
Technical coaching is also available through Book-a-Librarian, including topics such as:
Your destinations for technology-aided creativity.
Enterprising people find tremendous opportunity and cost savings when they take advantage of the equipment and software available at our Lynnwood and Marysville libraries.The multimedia resources of these two Creative Tech Centers can be used for individual or group projects.
Wi-Fi is available at all Sno-Isle Libraries, including parking lot access at most locations.
Additional resources include outgoing faxes, scanners, color printers and copiers
Printers and copiers are available at Sno-Isle Libraries. Up to 70 black-and-white pages may be printed per week without charge. There is a charge for color prints.
Meeting rooms are available at many Sno-Isle Libraries for free use for non-commercial activities. For meeting use guidelines and scheduling, contact your local library.
Save hundreds of dollars in subscription fees for the vital trade and market information you need.
You can use premium online research services for free if you are a Sno-Isle Libraries customer. Sign up for a library card* and gain access to popular business resources, including:*eResources require a Sno-Isle Libraries card for users not accessing from a Sno-Isle Libraries public computer.