The Camas County Library was started in 1973, and was first housed in a 700 square foot building located on the northeast corner of the City Park.
In February 2009, the Library moved to its current 3,800 square foot location on Soldier Road. In addition to more space for books and other materials, the Library gained a large meeting room that’s used for Library programs as well as being available for non-profit public use.
Today we offer more than 13,000 books and magazines, nearly 600 audiobooks, 1,325 movies, plus board games and puzzles available for checkout. As a member of the Idaho Digital Consortium we can offer thousands more titles in downloadable form, and through Kanopy our card holders have access to downloadable movies as well. We also have 10 internet-enabled computers and a printer available for patron use. We even have a 3D printer!
We have a weekly kids program, a monthly teen program, host a weekly knitting group, and provide Story Time every Thursday from September through May. We offer other programs as well throughout the year, so come in and see us soon!