Library Board


The Library Board is currently seeking a new Trustee to serve on the Roslyn Library board.  Please call the Librarian at (509) 649-3105 or email for more information. See the information below for more information on the Library Board. We look forward to hearing from you!

Members of the Library's Board of Trustees are appointed by the Mayor of the City of Roslyn to establish the library mission, long range plan, and policies as required by Washington State laws and regulations.

The information below is the work of many trustees, past and present. Trustees review policies and planning documents through their monthly meetings and annual planning retreats. Trustees are appointed for 5 year terms and may serve a maximum of two consecutive terms.


  • Beverly Kluth, Chairperson
  • Joanne McCoy
  • Lennie Moisman
  • Kathy Craig
  • Open

Library Board Goals and Objectives

To ensure the library’s budget allocation is sufficient to meet the needs of the community. 

To provide adequate and competent staffing to meet public service and management needs. 

To better the library experience for the community by providing a safe, accessible and fully functional library facility. 

To provide access to a robust collection of books and other materials that serve as a valuable resource for learning, information and pleasure. 

To provide programs for children and adults which promote lifelong learning, cultural enrichment, and community belonging. 

To utilize various types of appropriate technology to meet the information needs of the community and the administrative needs of staff. 

To promote the professional administration of the library. 

To encourage the public’s use of the library.

The Library Board meets the first Friday of the month at 2:00 p.m. and anyone is welcome to attend. Due to COVID-19, these meetings are currently online through WebEx. Please email the librarian at, call the library at 509-649-3420 or check the bulletin board at the City for the zoom meeting information prior to upcoming meetings.

Made possible with funding from the Institute of Museum and Library Services through the Washington State Library, Office of the Secretary of State.