The library is currently seeking two circulation clerks. For more information, check out our Employment page.
The Main Library will be closed all day Friday, October 18th for technology upgrades. We are sorry for the inconvenience, but this will allow us to upgrade our patron computers and Wi-fi speed, improving the library experience for our patrons. The Sunnyland Branch library will be open regular hours, from 9:00am-5:00pm. Genealogy meetup has been rescheduled to October 25th.
For a chance to win a $50 Washington Chamber gift certificate, please fill out our community needs survey. We want to hear from you! Take five minutes to tell us what you want to see in the library. Ten lucky survey respondents will win a gift certificate.
You can access the survey here. Prefer a paper survey? Stop by the library to pick one up.
The library is seeking a Circulation Clerk. For more information, please visit our Employment page.
The Main and Branch libraries will be closed all day July 4th in honor of Independence Day.
The Washington District Library seeks a customer service-oriented clerk to perform front desk and materials repair duties. For the full job posting, please visit our Employment page.
To celebrate National Library Week, there will be no fines on overdue items returned between Sunday, April 7th and Saturday, April 13th.
Washington cardholders now have access to passes to cultural institutions throughout Illinois via the Explore More Illinois program! Click on this link, log in with your library card number and PIN and search for available passes you can reserve. Participating attractions include the Peoria Riverfront Museum, the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum, Kidzeum and more. New attractions are joining the program all the time! More information can be found here.
The library is accepting donations for the Friends of Washington Library (FoWL) spring book sale March 18th-30th. All donations can be brought to the front desk of the Main Library during normal operating hours. No textbooks, encyclopedias, VHS, cassette tapes, or Reader’s Digest compilations, please.