Libraries

  • The Raymond Library was built in 1929 on land donated to the city for a library. The neo-Tudor building was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1979.

    Prior to the establishment of Timberland Regional Library, the Raymond library was the headquarters for the Pacific County Library District.

  • The South Bend Library is a Carnegie library which was built in 1913. The residents of South Bend voted to annex to Timberland for library services in 2003.

  • The Shoalwater Bay Tribal Community Library is located on the Shoalwater Bay Indian Tribe reservation. The Tribe has cooperated with Timberland to provide Timberland collections (books, CDs, DVDs, etc.) for checkout in the local library to and holds pickup service.

  • From 1944 until 1983 the Ocean Park library was housed in the Ocean Park Elementary School. The Pacific County bookmobile served the area, until the former Mason County bookmobile became a temporary Ocean Park library. A new library was built and opened in June 1985.

  • The Ilwaco Timberland Library is housed in the Ilwaco Community Building, owned by the City of Ilwaco. The Community Building underwent major renovation which started in March 2008. The opening day for the Library in the renovated, expanded space is April 6, 2009. The renovated library has about 1,200 additional square feet for books and other library materials, computers and comfortable reading areas. The Community Building also has a new community meeting room.

    Library service in Ilwaco began with 1,700 square feet in a building shared with the Senior Center and the Historical Society. By way of grants and hard work by the City, Friends and local TRL staff, the building was thoroughly renovated and expanded by 1,000 square feet in 1998. A new circulation desk, improved lighting, new furniture, and expanded stacks and collections were included in the renovation.

  • Library service in Naselle started on April 21, 1986 in a stationary bookmobile near Lion's Park. The Naselle Library was originally opened as an experimental "mini-library" to serve patrons formerly served by the bookmobile. A new library was built and opened in November 1991.

  • Today, the Columbia River Maritime Museum’s reputation for the quality of its exhibits and the scope of its collections makes it one of the finest maritime museums in the nation. It was the first museum in Oregon to meet national accreditation standards, and has been designated the official state maritime museum of Oregon.

  • The Dora Badollet Library at Clatsop Community College serves the students, staff, and faculty of the campus, as well as offers services to the greater community. The library itself holds approximately 35,000 items and a host of online resources.

  • The Astoria Public Library was originally incorporated on February 6, 1892. On January 1, 1914, the library became a department of the City of Astoria, with property tax as its primary base of support. County residents enjoy services for the payment of an annual fee in lieu of property tax. Since 1914, the Astoria Library has operated as an independent city library. It is located at 450 10th Street.

  • Warrenton Community Library is a Public library. This library is affiliated with the library system that serves Warrenton, OR. The collection of the library contains 12,300 volumes. The library circulates 11,659 items per year. The library serves a population of 4,330 residents .

  • Located in Seaside, Oregon.

  • The Vernonia Public Library offers a rich selection of materials that enables everyone to increase their personal knowledge and education.

    The library has over 21,000 items that are available at the library, including books, audiocassettes, videos, DVDs, CDs and magazines.

  • We are not a government agency. We are an independent nonprofit library supported by donations, event fund raisers, book sales, and our many wonderful volunteers. How did this happen? In 1927 there were only about 50 families living in the area. A group of local women formed an informal Cannon Beach Civic Club to work on improvements such as street lighting, garbage disposal, public restrooms and - most important to us - a library open to the public.

  • Tillamook County Library seeks to provide access to informational, educational, and recreational materials in a variety of formats, viewpoints and opportunities for lifelong learning.

  • Tillamook County Library seeks to provide access to informational, educational, and recreational materials in a variety of formats, viewpoints and opportunities for lifelong learning.

  • Tillamook County Library seeks to provide access to informational, educational, and recreational materials in a variety of formats, viewpoints and opportunities for lifelong learning.

  • Tillamook County Library seeks to provide access to informational, educational, and recreational materials in a variety of formats, viewpoints and opportunities for lifelong learning.

  • Tillamook County Library seeks to provide access to informational, educational, and recreational materials in a variety of formats, viewpoints and opportunities for lifelong learning.

  • Tillamook County Library seeks to provide access to informational, educational, and recreational materials in a variety of formats, viewpoints and opportunities for lifelong learning.