Basin City

Basin City

Beginning Feb. 8, 2021, we are open for curbside pickup and returns, limited computer use, and browsing. Hours for high risk customers are available. Please call us for details. / A partir del 8 de febrero del 2021, estamos abiertos para recoger y devolver en la acera, el uso limitado de computadoras y la búsqueda de libros en persona dentro de la sucursal. Hay horarios disponibles para clientes de alto riesgo. Por favor llámenos para obtener más detalles.

Branch Details: 

50-A N. Canal Blvd.
Basin City, WA 99343

(509) 269-4201
2 pm - 7 pm
2 pm - 7 pm
2 pm - 7 pm
2 pm - 7 pm
10 am - 5 pm
Christina Hart

Mid-Columbia Libraries’ Basin City Branch serves the community with free borrowing, Wi-Fi, public computers, and curbside pickup. Customers can reserve books and materials from the entire Mid-Columbia Libraries collection for next-business-day delivery as well as access thousands of downloadable eBooks, eAudiobooks, and eMagazines at

Get up to five free pages printed daily using our print drop service.

The Basin City library began serving the public on Aug. 28, 1990. Community icon Henry Barnett built the library building from scratch. The town of Basin City was laid out in the 1950's on land owned by dry-land farmer Loen Bailie. The town was established to support the local agricultural community, made up primarily of young farmers from Idaho and southwestern Oregon as well as World War II veterans, which was opened to irrigation through the Columbia Basin Project.