About Us

Warrenton Community Library - A Place for YOU!

Warrenton Community Library is managed by the City of Warrenton and established its roots in the former Hammond Town Hall Building in the 1990s, moving to the current location at 160 S. Main Avenue in downtown Warrenton in April of 2017.  Warrenton Community Library offers the latest, best selling fiction and nonfiction books, classics, DVDs, Audiobooks, Large Print, research databases, ebooks and four public access computers. We also offer programs and events such as storytimes, summer reading, and ESL classes.
Watch for new, upcoming adult programming in 2020!  

MISSION STATEMENT

Serving the Warrenton Area through traditional and innovative services,
Warrenton Community Library enhances the quality of life for patrons through
literacy and life-long learning while connecting people to their community and world.

 

VISION STATEMENT

A democratic and informed society must have free, equal, and open access to information.
We empower citizens to improve their lives, their governments and their communities. 

 

LIBRARY CARDS @

WARRENTON COMMUNITY LIBRARY

Warrenton Community Library primarily serves citizens of the Warrenton area.
We also issue temporary cards for visitors and cards for eligible members of the ROCC program. 
With your Warrenton Community Library Card you can place a hold on books at Astoria Public Library or Seaside Public Library and pick up your item at the Warrenton Community Library.  Resident cards are free to all persons living within the district and temporary cards are available to visitors for a fee.

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Questions? Contact the Library at warrentoncl@gmail.com

or call us at 503-861-8156