The Library Board of Trustees is looking for a New Member
A great way to get involved and help your community is to volunteer your time and skills by serving on a board or commission.
Serving on the Library's Board of Trustees can be a fascinating and rewarding experience. This advisory group is responsible for formulating new ideas, gathering information, hearing and receiving public comments, analyzing complex issues, and making recommendations for specific projects and policies.
The work can be challenging and complex as public opinion can be sharply divided and some issues and groups may overlap. The work isn't always easy, but it makes a positive difference by contributing to our community in a meaningful way.
The City greatly values the effort and time commitment made by our volunteers.
The Everett Public Library is governed by the Board of Library Trustees. The Board consists of 5 members who are appointed by the Mayor and confirmed by City Council. Board members serve for 5-year terms, and each member serves as president during the fifth year of service.