Lake Hills Library

15590 Lake Hills Boulevard
Bellevue, WA 98007

425-747-3350

About Us:

The Lake Hills Library, located in the city of Bellevue, King County, Washington offers a wide range of educational and recreational resources for all ages. The collection includes a selection of books, large print titles, books on tape, magazines, compact discs, cassettes and videos. The library also offers free public programming which includes programs for school age children. 

History:

1958: Homeowners form the Cascade Library Association

1960: Cascade Library opens in Lake Hills Community Clubhouse

1968: KCLS builds 7,600-square-foot Lake Hills Library

1985: KCLS annexation

1991: Opening of expanded, 9,900-square-foot library

2010: 1,000 people attend the opening of the new, 10,000-square-foot Lake Hills Library

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