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Battle Ground Community Library
+ Branch features
Ben's Books: The Friends of the Library bookstore, open during regular library hours
Early Learning Space: A space designed for young children that encourages exploration and aids in their development
Teen Room: A space for youth ages 12-18
Public computers: 22 internet computers and other technology. Find out more.
Reading Room: A cozy reading area with a fireplace
Study rooms: Two small conference rooms (4-person capacity) are available for up to two hours a day. Reservations available up to two weeks in advance.
Meeting Room: The Meyer Meeting Room (48-person capacity) is available when not in use for library events. Find out more.
Swift Art Gallery: Showcasing works by local artists
+ Statistics & history
2019 service statistics
Visits to library: 177,083
Programs offered: 575
Program attendance: 11,302
Reference questions: 11,063
Ownership: Fort Vancouver Regional Library District
Square Footage: 14,356
2019: The library closed for a few weeks in April for a "refresh": new carpet, new paint, furniture reupholstery, rearranging of the children's area, and new sound panels.
2009: New library opened in Battle Ground Village on May 15. Watch the grand opening celebration video!
1981: City of Battle Ground annexed to FVRL.
1959: Battle Ground Library opened on Main Street.
1944: First Battle Ground Library, a branch of Clark County Library, opened.
1941: Battle Ground served by bookmobile.