Highlights in the history of the Key Center Library.
1946 - Service started at the Vaughn Branch.
April 1957 - Library moved to the civic center and was called KeyPeninsula branch.
1981 - Library was re-named KeyCenter when it moves to a new library-owned building at 8905 KPN on Key Peninsula Highway. The new building replaced the KeyPeninsula and Evergreen branches and was built with Federal Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) grant funds. Library is 4,066 square feet. (Evergreen, which operated from September 1967 until closing in 1979, was itself a merger of Longbranch and Home-Lakebay branches.)
Spring 2007 - Wireless Internet access installed.
Pierce County Library System
3005 112th St. E.Tacoma,
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