Residents invited to provide input on future branch library
Contact: Diane Lapierre, Library Director, 962-2404
The Loveland Public Library is conducting a feasibility study for a possible new branch library with consultant Wember, Inc.
As part of this process, a number of public meetings have been set up so that Loveland residents can share their thoughts and ideas on what they’d like to see in a new branch library, such as potential locations for the new branch, services and programs to be offered, and specific building features.
Community Input Meetings:
- Tues., March 20, 6 –7:45 p.m.Centennial Elementary 1555 W. 37th St., Loveland
- Sat., March 24, Noon–3 p.m. Outlets at Loveland Community Room, 5661 McWhinney Blvd., Loveland
- Mon., April 2, 6–8 p.m. Loveland Public Library Gertrude Scott Room 300 N. Adams Ave., Loveland
Building a new branch library was identified in the 2014 City of Loveland Facilities Master Plan as one of the upcoming projects to be planned for in order to meet the needs of an increasing population and continued increase in numbers of patrons using the Loveland Public Library.
A new branch library was again identified in the “Your City, Your Future: 2018 Community Improvement Program” – a new citizen-driven initiative whose goal is to identify projects that Loveland citizens want, but have no or very limited funds with which to build them.
This feasibility study is an important step in determining the size, scope, location, budget and the public’s desire for the new branch.
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