Fort Vancouver Regional Library District

1007 East Mill Plain Boulevard


Fort Vancouver Regional Library District provides gateways to ideas, information and community interaction.

Values and Principles:

Fort Vancouver Regional Library District provides a lifelong learning resource, outside the formal education system, that enables each individual to acquire or to adapt the skills and knowledge necessary to participate in self government; be productive; elevate economic stature; enhance humanity and contribute to enjoyment of life. To support this commitment, Fort Vancouver Regional Library District:

Serves its constituents as an excellent and unbiased source of information

Provides programs and services free of charge

Operates efficiently

Stays within budget and maintains adequate reserves

Fosters individual choice through a wide range of materials and programs

Provides a designated public forum and marketplace of ideas

Offers equitable service throughout the district

Operates as an integral part of the community

Meets community needs through partnerships

Encourages individual branch identity

Maintains current appropriate policies

Uses technological advances to assist in service delivery.


Kathleen Moyer

Thursday, March 15, 2018
Everyone is most helpful, friendly and environment and building is the wonderful. Love the quiet 5 floor

Sherri Barclay

Thursday, Oct. 26, 2017
This is one of the Best Libraries I have ever been to!! The children's floor (3) is amazing!! I've seen parking comments, yes "free" parking, behind the library, is limited, but there is plenty of street (metered) parking all around, and personally I don't mind a short stroll to this GREAT place!!

curtis wokal

Monday, Feb. 5, 2018
Such a beautiful and useful building. Come see your library and enjoy!!!

Joni Foster

Tuesday, Nov. 28, 2017
It's a beautiful building, but the lobby is filled with homeless people taking advantage of free wifi. They are right outside the entrance, too. Sometimes they're confrontational. The city needs to come up with a solution to this problem.

Barb Kubik

Wednesday, Dec. 6, 2017
I love the downtown library--the warm, friendly staff, the coffee, the views of the city/river . . . it's a great place, but . . . not only is the parking limited, but it is problematic for people like me who need to use the library for 4+ hours of work each visit. How about some long-term, near-by parking for serious users?