The Beacon Hill Branch Library is a division of the Seattle Public Library that serves 733,900 residents in the City of Seattle, King County. The library system maintains 1.8 million volumes and circulates 11.5 million items per year, including print and online resources. The Beacon Hill Branch began serving the community in 1945 but opened in its current location in 2004. It has meeting and study rooms, public computers, ADA computer & Adaptive equipment, WiFi, copy, print, & scan devices, fax machines, and collections in Chinese, Spanish, and Vietnamese. In addition, it offers programs for all ages, including English Conversation classes.

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Physical Address:
2519 15th Avenue S
Seattle, Washington {JSON:Zip}


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