WWRLD 2 years, 5 months ago on Now that the Walla Walla County Rural Library District Board has decided to buy land in College Place for a central library:

The C.P. location is centrally located for the 10,000 suburban Walla Walla County residents who pay taxes to the County Library District. Outlying towns have had branches serving their communities for many years; there is one each in Prescott, Touchet, Burbank and Vista Hermosa. The entire district is served by a single online catalog shared with the Community College and twice a week courier delivery of materials to all its branches. The County Library runs on taxes provided by residents of the unincorporated parts of the County, and a contract with the City of Prescott of 35-years' standing. No taxes are collected from Walla Walla, Waitsburg or College Place. Residents of those cities may purchase an annual family card to use at any District library for $40.