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South King Tool Library

South King Tool Library


Non-Profit Organization

About Us

The South King Tool Library (SKTL) provides equal access to tools and training in order to help maintain neighborhoods, build community and reduce unnecessary consumption. SKTL operates much like a traditional library, allowing borrowers to check out tools and equipment to care for their homes, yards, gardens and more. We provide instruction on proper tool use, host repair cafes to help you fix things and work together to build better lives in South King & North Pierce Counties.

What We Do
SKTL is a volunteer-run organization. We opened our doors in June 2020, providing drive-thru pickups and donation options. We have a wide variety of volunteer opportunities: from organizing tools, to helping with tool check-ins and check-outs, website maintenance, social media, suit makers, fixers, creatives, data heads, environmental advocates, community organizers and folks who just like pitching in when they can. Your volunteer work can earn you a free membership!


If you need a tool - you can borrow it from the South King Tool Library in Federal Way.
The South King Tool Library hosts several community events: education, training, empowering.the people of South King and North Pierce County
We are a resource for the community and here to support the community members of South King and North Pierce Counties.
Volunteers can assist in groups, at events, virtually and many other ways.  Visit our website to find out about our volunteer opportunities.
South King Tool Library follows social-distancing guidelines and state mandates.  You can visit us for drive-thru pickups for tools and donations
The South King Tool Library offers virtual classes on a variety of topics: gardening, decluttering, composting, recycling, canning and many other topics.
Children visited the South King Tool library for a toy and stuffed animal repair clinic.
The South King Tool Library is a resource for borrowing tools, recycling events, education, training and empowering our community members.

Rep/Contact Info

Amanda Miller
Executive Director

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