Customer service available by phone at Clallam libraries

PORT ANGELES — The North Olympic Library System now is offering customer service in Clallam County by phone from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. Mondays through Fridays.

Residents can call any of the four public libraries overseen by the North Olympic Library System (NOLS) and select option 2 for customer service.

Library staff will be available to answer questions about how to get a library card, how to access online resources such as free downloadable eBooks and eAudiobooks, and questions regarding library accounts.

NOLS libraries are in Port Angeles, Sequim, Forks and Clallam Bay. The main office is in Port Angeles at 360-417-8500.

For one-on-one help with downloadable eBooks available through the library, set up a free appointment with library staff by visiting or calling the Port Angeles Library. Tech appointments can take place by phone or Zoom video conference.

All NOLS facilities are closed through at least May 4.

While the libraries are closed, all book returns are also closed.

All materials should be kept until the Library is able to reopen.

NOLS remains open online at Public WiFi is also available 24/7 outside of all branches during the closure, which includes most areas of the parking lots.

WiFi users are requested not to block fire lanes.

For additional information and updates, visit, email or follow North Olympic Library System on Facebook and Instagram.

More in News

Piping plan could be reinstated

Votes reaffirm Sequim board members

Sequim police propose updated noise control ordinance

Public hearing set June 10 at civic center

Members of the Captain Joseph House Foundation gather in October to celebrate the gifting of a Gold Star Monument marker in front of the Captain Joseph House in Port Angeles. (Courtesy photo)
Captain Joseph House to host Memorial Day ceremony

Respite home provides space for Gold Star Families

Memorial Day ceremonies set across Peninsula

Public invited to events in Port Angeles, Port Townsend, Sequim

Dash Air to pursue a public charter

Model would change from commercial service

Board recommends $940K for Clallam Bay-Sekiu sewer

Two lift stations would be replaced in coming year

Investigators seeking woman who used ATM

Items involved in officer-involved shooting sent to state crime lab

Benji Astrachan of Sisterland Farms collects bins of unwanted food collected by restaurants at the Wharf in Port Angeles. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)
Certification connects businesses, sustainable practices

Green Wheel designation focusing on diverting waste from landfills

Health report prompts concerns

Food bank leaders: Rodent problem being addressed

Port Angeles approves funds for housing project

City also OKs five-year police body-worn camera contract

Greywolf Elementary shelters in place during police activity

A man has been arrested following police activity in the… Continue reading