Watch or listen to this collection of videos to go through what you need to know to pass the commercial driver's license test. Great for people who learn better visually or aurally.
eResources & Learning Tools
Please note is available in select libraries; is available in all libraries; is also available outside the library with your card; and is freely available online.
Watch or listen to this collection of computerized voice narrated videos of the written driver's license test. Great for people who learn better visually or aurally.
Find websites for genealogical research in every county and every state of the United States.
Learn about how Washington Healthplanfinder makes insurance coverage available to your business, including options, a coverage checklist, and personal support for your business.
Washington Health Plan Finder is THE source for health plans and the place for Washington residents to apply for coverage through the Health Benefit Exchange or Medicaid/Apple Health. Get information and apply online or via toll-free customer support. Call 1-855-WAFINDER (1-855-923-4633) or TTY/TTD 1-855-627-9604, or email email@example.com for assistance in multiple languages.
You will need the following to apply:
- Social Security number (or document numbers for legal immigrants) for each household member applying for coverage
- Date of birth for all applying household members
- Your household's estimated income
If you are unable to make a decision or feel you have special circumstances that require guidance, you may need to contact an independent broker or agent. Find a broker with Washington Health Plan Finder Broker Search. In-Person Assisters and library staff are unable to advise you on choosing a plan.
Find a Navigator who, at no additional cost, can help you find, compare and select a health plan. Search by zip, language, and type of help requested.
Access legal education materials and tools that give you basic information on a number of legal problems, and in some cases, detailed instructions and forms to help you represent yourself in court. Look at the Youth Law & Education section for guidance on emancipation of minors or sealing the records of juvenile offenders. (Also available in Spanish and other languages.)
Look up Washington State laws, including the Revised Code of Washington (RCW) and Washington Administrative Code (WAC), constitution, and more.
Washington Rural Heritage is a collection of historic materials documenting the early culture, industry, and community life of rural Washington. The collection includes materials obtained by Stevenson, North Bonneville, and Goldendale Community Libraries (Fort Vancouver Regional Library District), funded by a grant from the Washington State Library. Limit by county at the top of the page to view the individual collections.
Find resources for the deaf and hard-of-hearing, including Student & Family Resources, statewide services and other resources for the deaf.
Print out state tax forms from 1996 to the current year or follow a link to Unclaimed Property search.
Look up historical newspaper articles or county and state records such as marriage, frontier justice, birth, and death records. You can even find historical photographs.
Choose a language, watch the training video, take the test, pay your fee, and print out a food handler's card, so you can work in the food or restaurant industry in Washington. (Available in multiple languages.)
Read information about who is eligible, how to pay for coverage, and all the plans available through Medicare.
Find contacts for your senator or representative, get bill information, and more.
Access services available for the blind and visually impaired including a Low Vision Clinic and a Birth to Three program; find links to many other resources.
Learn about free services, such as downloadable audio or audiobooks by mail, available to Washington residents who are unable to read standard print material.