The Covington Library opened in April 1, 1993 and is part of the King County Library System. With 23,000 square feet (as of 2008) they have a Fireplace, Food for Thought Café or the “Great Hall”, Ballot box, bicycle repair station, book drop, WiFi, curbside to go, book lockers, rooms for workshops/youth library time/art classes and more! Stream music or movies, check out a book or enjoy one online! Your Covington Library branch of King County Library offers you access to an amazing array of services and materials for all ages and free for you to use.
They offer youth and family story times, themed workshops, education and partnership classes, Reading with Rover, art classes, stargazing classes, international classes, ESL classes, career and growth opportunities, teen programs, homework help, summer reading programs and performance opportunities including puppeteers, author book reads, magicians, story-time in the park and so much more! If you want to learn about something specific they will help you! You can even become a “Friend of the Covington Library” for a small fee. The “Friends” have incredible fundraiser events/activities that support various library programs.
Covid-19 restrictions have changed the way you library to mitigate the spread of the virus but they are still focused on patrons & community services! “Curbside to Go” pickup is available at the Covington Library check out the website for hours: kcls.org/curbside.
The Covington Library is your community hub, your cheerleader, your regional resource center, your education go to and partner. Their mission is: To inspire the people of King County to succeed through ideas, interaction and information.