2020 was unlike any year our community has seen. The city maintained regular services in innovative ways to ensure all stay safe during the pandemic.Read More 2020-2021 Annual Report
In response to COVID-19 making it harder for people to access books, Beaverton City Library staff adopted 14 Little Free Libraries all around Beaverton, and have been regularly adding books and keeping them clean and tidy ever since.Read More Little Free Libraries in Your Neighborhood
If you want to replenish reading materials for your household, Book Bundles are for you!Read More Get a Book Bundle From the Library
Did you know that Beaverton City Library has a Teen Library Council? Part of this group’s work is to advise the library and volunteers on events at the library, earning members volunteer hours in the process.Read More What Has the Teen Library Council Been Up To?
Do you need holiday gift ideas for the kids and teens in your life? Check out the library’s Holiday Booklist Gift Guide for new books featuring diverse characters from various backgrounds and walks of life.Read More Find the Perfect Gift This Holiday Season!
Thirty thousand students in Beaverton have a special card that unlocks a world of possibility — their library Youth Access Card!Read More Youth Access Card provides pathway to learning
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, both Beaverton City Library (BCL) buildings continue to be closed. However, library staff are dedicated to providing services to library patrons through innovative services.Read More Library Continues to Offer Virtual Services During Pandemic
The Teen Art Show is an annual event at Beaverton City Library, highlighting the artwork of talented teen artists in Washington County.Read More Teen Art Show
Beaverton City Library is pleased to announce that Just Mercy: A Story of Justice and Redemption by Bryan Stevenson is the selection for the third annual One Book, One Beaverton.Read More What if all of Beaverton read the same book?