Accessing library services

Citizens who reside in the Yale precinct (northeast of Woodland in Cowlitz County, Washington) are eligible, at no charge, for:

About YVLD

In May 2003, citizens in the Yale precinct successfully voted to form a partial-county, rural library district. Yale Valley Library District contracts with Fort Vancouver Regional Library District for services, which included bookmobile visits until the Clark County bookmobile was retired in June 2012. Weekly, limited library services at Yale Library Express, located at Yale Elementary School, were established in August 2012.

The YVLD board is composed of five, five-year positions. Current members are:

  • Eric Reese, Chair
  • Christina Conroy
  • Liz Kennedy
  • Tina Moir
  • Kyle Niekamp

Members meet regularly on the third Thursday at 6 pm, at Yale Elementary School, 11842 Lewis River Roard, Ariel, WA. A complete schedule can be found on the events calendar on this page, and an agenda is posted here prior to each meeting.

Agenda for next meeting (pdf)

Minutes from meetings of the prior year are available once they have been approved by the board:

IMAGINE a Community Library in Yale Valley

Public Input Requested
Provide your input on building plans for your new library with the architect, Karl Johannsen of JA! Architects at the Board Meeting on Thursday, April 21 at 6pm in the Yale Elementary Gym.

Meetings & Events

Talk to a Board Member or attend a Friends of the Library meeting to learn how you can support library services in your area.