front of Three Creeks Community Library
front of Three Creeks Community Library

Three Creeks Community Library


Learn about current library services.

In-branch (and curbside) hours:
Mon–Thu: 9–7
Fri–Sat: 10–6


800-C NE Tenney Road
Vancouver, WA 98685


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Branch Manager

Barbara Jorgenson

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+ Branch features

Friends of the Library Bookstore: shop for gently used books at bargain prices during regular library hours. Located in the lobby near the meeting room.

Public computers: 14 internet computers and other technology.

Study rooms: Two small conference rooms (6-person capacity) are available for up to two hours a day. Reservations available up to two weeks in advance.

Meeting room: One large meeting room (60-person capacity) is available when not in use for library events. Find out more.


+ Statistics and history

2020 service statistics:

Circulation: 317,165
Visits to library: 44,173
Programs offered: 140
Program attendance: 3,735
Reference questions: 2,537

Building information

Ownership: Fort Vancouver Regional Library District
Square Footage: 13,000

Library history

2013: Library gets new carpet, paint and study rooms.

2008: Three Creeks bond paid off.

2002: Library opened on Jan. 12.

2000: Broke ground on Dec. 29.

1999: Friends of the Three Creeks Library formed.

1998: Voters approved Library Capital Facility Area and $4.5 million bond.

1998: Name of Three Creeks chosen for Salmon, Cougar and Whipple Creeks.

1998: Service area defined as Fire District 6 (Salmon Creek, Hazel Dell, Felida, Mt. Vista, Fairgrounds and Lakeshore).

1997: Fred Meyer agreed to sell parcel to library for price they paid for the land.

1995 - 1997: Talks between North Salmon Creek Neighborhood Association and Fred Meyer concerning proposed new store.