31912 Little Boston Road North East
The Little Boston Branch opened in 1974 on the Port Gamble S'Klallam Indian Reservation in the north part of Kitsap County.
During the first 15 years, the branch was housed in a small A-frame cabin with only 600 square feet of work space. During those early years the branch was open only 10 hours per week - 5 hours each on Tuesdays and Thursdays.
In 1988 the Port Gamble S'Klallam Tribe applied for and received an LSCA grant to help build a new facility for the library. The Tribe donated land just north of the original library, and a beautiful 1,500 square foot library was built. In April 1989 the new library opened its doors.
Through the years the Regional Library and the Tribe have enjoyed a good relationship which has made this Library a success. Kitsap Regional Library provides the staff, books, and other materials, and all of the computer equipment. The Port Gamble S'Klallam Tribe provides and maintains the building. We have a wonderful cross section of customers from the communities of Little Boston, Hansville, Eglon and other surrounding areas.
Our branch is now open six days per week for a total of 36 hours and employs 6 staff members.
If you are in our area, please stop by and visit. One customer said that we are the best kept secret in the whole county. We really don't want to be a "secret" though! We welcome everyone to stop in. We aim to help you with your information needs and give you service with a smile!