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

Three Creeks Community Library


Open for curbside pickup of holds or print requests Monday through Saturday, 10 am to 1 pm and 2 pm to 5 pm. Book returns are open 24/7.


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. Find out more.

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

2019 service statistics:

Circulation: 669,569
Visits to library: 212,078
Programs offered: 734
Program attendance: 22,713
Reference questions: 10,543

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.