Benton City

Benton City

Announcements: 
Beginning March 1, 2021, we are open for curbside pickup and returns, limited browsing, and limited computer use including copying and scanning. Hours for high risk customers are available. / A partir del 1 de marzo del 2021, estaremos abiertos para recoger y devolver en la acera, el uso limitado de computadoras, copias y escaneo, y la búsqueda de libros en persona. Hay horarios disponibles para clientes de alto riesgo.

Branch Details: 

810 Horne Drive
Benton City, WA 99320

(509) 588-6471
Monday: 
11 am - 7 pm
Tuesday: 
11 am - 7 pm
Wednesday: 
11 am - 7 pm
Thursday: 
11 am - 7 pm
Friday: 
Closed
Saturday: 
10 am - 3 pm
Sunday: 
Closed
Supervisor: 
Stacey Baker

March 1, 2021: We are open for curbside pickup and returns, limited browsing, and limited computer use, including printing, copying, and scanning. Hours for high risk customers are available. Click here for details.


We serve the community with free borrowing, Wi-Fi, public computers and storytimes for kids. We are also a donation site for Heather's Pantry, a food collection program serving the children of Kiona-Benton schools.

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


Benton City was founded in 1909 by F. L. Pitman, engineer on the Oregon Washington Railroad and Navigation line. The town served as the early junction point of the Walla Walla, North Yakima rail line. 

The Mid-Columbia Libraries' Benton City Branch has served the community since November 4, 1974. In 2006, a new library was built on Horne Drive overlooking Red Mountain to the north. 

Looking for a glimpse into Benton City's history? View the photos and information about the Kiona/Benton City area through the Washington Rural Heritage collection.