Access Washington
Access Washington
The official website for the Washington State Government Information and Services.
[in-library access only]
Conduct genealogical and local history research in Ancestry Library Edition.
Chilton Library
Access to repair & maintenance information, service schedules, wiring diagrams and more for cars, vans, SUVs and light trucks from 1940 onward.
Heritage Quest
Learning Express Library
CultureGrams Online
Find information about countries and other cultures, including pictures, music, and recipes from around the world. Use login puyallup and password puyallup for remote access.
Heritage Quest 
Research the U.S. Federal Census from 1790-1930 and over 25,000 books on family and local histories are available. 
Find practice tests, tutorials, resume building, and eBooks for high school and college students and job seekers.

Microsoft IT
New York Times
Mango Languages
A PhD-created language-learning software with a sense of humor that features over 70 languages.
Microsoft IT Academy
Access hundreds of technology courses from basic digital literacy skills, Microsoft Office Skills, to advanced skills for IT Professionals. 
Founded in 1851, the New York Times is a trusted source of news, information and opinion. 

A trusted source of books, authors, and read-alike recommendations for all ages.
ProQuest offers a wide variety of information from reliable sources for research on the Arts, Film, Literature, Technology, Health and more. 
Healthcare seekers, job finders, business owners and new homeowners can access millions of records with ReferenceUSA.

The compilation of all permanent laws now in force, arranged by topic, with amendments added and repealed laws removed.

Database access to news articles with a business focus. 
The WAC codifies the regulations and arranges them by subject or agency. The online version is updated twice a month.
Talking Book and Braille
Detailed contact information for government officials and representatives in the state of Washington.
Here you will find forms that are used statewide in Washington Courts. Please check with your local Court to confirm you are using the proper form. 

Services are available to the blind, visually impaired, learning-disabled, and to those who cannot hold a book or turn pages. 
Wayfinder provides a single search for locating over 17.8 million items held by over 250 Washington libraries of all types.