Pendleton Public Library
Pendleton Public Library wants to be your trusted source for information and recreational reading, viewing and listening.
The library is open six days a week with access to books, movies, public internet service, music, news media and more. For your convenience, you also have 24/7 access to an online librarian, your library account and other important information resources through this website.
There is always something going on at the library whether it’s Baby Fun Time for infants or The Traveler’s Forum for adults.
Over 100,000 people visit the library annually taking advantage of a collection of materials that tops 60,000 items - both print and electronic.
The Pendleton Public Library has its roots in the original Umatilla County Library, signed into being on January 6, 1914. The library values its heritage as a grassroots community effort and welcomes new voices to the planning and development of its services.
The Pendleton Public Library is an organizational leader in the scope of services that make Pendleton one of the West’s most livable communities.
"The Pendleton Public Library provides guided access to resources that educate, inform and inspire citizens of all ages, and is an active force in sustaining Pendleton as a literate, successful and desirable community in which to live."
For more information, please contact Mary Finney.