Community Tool Library

 


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What We Do

The Green Lents Community Tool Library functions just like a traditional book library, except you can check out tools or other project materials. There are books too! It’s a free service for residents of these neighborhoods:

  • Lents
  • Powellhurst-Gilbert
  • Pleasant Valley
  • Foster-Powell
  • Mt. Scott-Arleta
  • Brentwood-Darlington
  • Montavilla

map of Green Lents service areaLocation:

 

9215 SE Ramona Street, Portland 97266

 

Hours of Operation:

 

Wednesdays 6:00 – 8:00 pm
Saturdays 10:00 am – 1:00 pm
Sundays 10:00 am – 1:00 pm (June-October)

 


 

Become a Member! Sign up here!

 

View Our Tools!

Wish List (revised 10/28/2016)

Pneumatic tools – Small Air Compressor (110v)

Basin Wrench (sized for under a sink)

Serger (Sewing Machine)

Portable Band Saw

Portable Drill Press

Pole Saw

Wet Saw (Tile Saw)

Airless Paint Sprayer

Extension Cord Winders

Extension Cords: 50′ & 100′ 16 gauge

Grass Aerator

Electric Pressure Washer

Floor Jack

Electric Post Hole Auger

Heat Gun (for stripping paint)

Floor Sander

Electric Lawn Dethatcher

Ladders: all sizes

Instep Bike Trailer Coupler (25-SA074A)

Broadfork Cultivator

7 Amp Jig Saw

Stone Chisel

Rotary Drill

Circular Saw (7.5″ or bigger)

Painting Roller Extension

Shop Vacuum

Electric Lawn Mower

String Trimmers (aka Weed Whackers)

Milwaukee Hole Hawg

18″ Pruning Saw

Bypass Tree Pruner

Bolt Cutters

Electric Chainsaw

For Tool Library Improvements:

BayMAX LED Linear High Bay Shop Lights

4′ x 8′ Pegboard

Peg Hooks (for Pegboards)

For Librarian Administrative Area:

Rubber Floor Cable Cover

Cordless Phone

3-5 Gallon Trash Bags

Counter Wipes

 

 

 


 

Tool Library Volunteers!

Sign up for your next shift here

 

Click to View Volunteer Opportunities on VolunteerSpot

 The library is all-volunteer run as a neighborhood resource for garden, home, and community projects. 

Together, we can build community, improve our neighborhood livability, and share our skills.