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Library Director: Kim Carroll


Photo of Beaverton City Library Director Kim Carroll, a white woman with red hair and glasses.

Phone Directory

Area Phone
Main Library
Circulation (library card or account questions) 503-644-2197, option 1
Reference - Adult Desk 503-644-2197, option 2
Children's Desk
503-644-2197, option 4
Teen Room
503-644-2197, option 5
Library Administration (volunteer program, etc.)
Murray Scholls Branch 503-644-2197, option 6
Bookmobile 503-644-2197

About Beaverton City Library

Beaverton City Library (BCL), the third busiest library system in the state of Oregon in terms of collection use, serves a population of approximately 148,000 (the population of Beaverton plus a portion of the residents of unincorporated Washington County). Each month, more than 40,000 people visit BCL to check out more than 215,000 items. The library's total annual circulation is larger than 2.6 million items. BCL's three locations have collections of more than 315,000 items.

BCL Main, located on the corner of 5th and Hall in historic downtown Beaverton, is a 69,000 sq. ft. full-service library. The main library has recently opened a makerspace and study rooms. Main also provides meeting rooms and many storytimes and events, including an annual community-wide reading program, One Book, One Beaverton. Open 7 days a week.

BCL Murray Scholls, located in the Murray Scholls Town Center in southwest Beaverton, is a 12,000 sq. ft. facility providing popular materials, with an emphasis on youth collections and storytimes. Open 5 days a week, Tuesday through Saturday.

BCL's Bookmobile debuted in July of 2023. The Bookmobile serves the greater Beaverton area. Current Bookmobile stops.