We are a group of libraries throughout Linn County who work together to provide great library materials and experiences.
Linn County does not currently have a county-wide library system. While this makes it more difficult for libraries to meet the needs of patrons in our county, the libraries of this group have developed a number of innovative ways to serve you:
- We provide courier service between select Linn Libraries, so that cardholders can request items from across the county and pick them up at their own local library.
- We share a catalog between all of our libraries. Using this catalog, you can find items from libraries across the county with a single click.
- We participate in the Oregon Library Passport Program. If you have a library card at one of our libraries, you can receive a complimentary library card from any other library in our consortium, as well as from other libraries throughout our state.
- We provide access and support to numerous databases for research and homework, which have been purchased by the Oregon State Library and Oregon Law Library.
Thanks for taking a moment to learn about our group. If you have any questions about the Linn Libraries Consortium, please don't hesitate to ask at your local library.
Directors for the libraries in the Linn Libraries Consortium will be meeting on Tuesday, December 12, 2017 at 9:30am at the Lebanon Public Library. The location of the meeting is accessible to people with disabilities. If you have a disability that requires accommodation advanced notice is requested by notifying the Library Director at the Lebanon Public Library.