VISIT THE LIBRARY
Every library has free access to computers. Use Microsoft Office products such as Word, Excel and PowerPoint. Surf the web or enjoy free Wi-Fi available on your personal laptop or mobile device. Stop by any branch for printing, copying and faxing. 8.5”x11” is standard at every location, while 8.5”x14” is available at Sylvan Way and Port Orchard. 11x17 paper is available at Bainbridge Island. Printing is free up to 50 pages per day.
An open house in a small cafeteria room behind a schoolhouse on July 10, 1945 marked the beginning of Kitsap Regional Library service in the Kingston community. In 1985, the Kingston location moved to a new community center in the vacated Bayside Community Church, which had been purchased by Kitsap County. This move was supported by capital improvement funds from a Library levy. In 2016, the Kingston location of the Kitsap Regional Library moved to the newly constructed Village Green Community Center, which is owned by the Metropolitan Park District of Kingston and also houses the Boys and Girls Club and a senior center.
- Building Owner: Village Green Foundation
- Date built: 2016
- Size: 5,200 square feet
- Population served: 10,049