The Future of the Library

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Tell Us What You Want YOUR Library To Be!

What's going on? 

In December 2019, the City of Longmont began a feasibility study to contemplate the future of the Longmont Public Library.  Specifically, the study is intended to discover what the Longmont community most wants and needs from its library and how those goals can best be achieved with potential funding structures. The outcome of this study will likely affect the Library (and therefore, the community) for decades to come. We need your help!

Tell us what you want!

In order to compile as much information as possible from as many residents as possible, the Library will be hosting community meetings and using a survey to hear directly from members of the public about what they believe the Longmont Public Library should offer. 

Come to a Community Meeting!

Monday, February 10, 6:30 to 8 pm
at the Longmont Public Library
409 4th Ave (corner of Emery and 4th), Longmont
Meeting will be in the Children's section and will primarily focus on services to families

Tuesday, February 11, 6:30 to 8 pm
at Casa de la Esperanza

1520 S. Emery St., Longmont
This meeting will be held in English AND Spanish

Wednesday, February 12, 6:30 to 8 pm
at the Longmont Museum

400 Quail Rd., Longmont

Thursday, February 13, 6:30 to 8 pm
at the Lashley Street Station

1200 Lashley St., Longmont

Take the Survey!

The study consultants have worked with City staff to create a thorough survey that should provide incredibly valuable information about community priorities. Please help us by completing this survey.  It should take about 10 minutes to finish. We know this is longer than other surveys the Library has done, but that's because this is such an important endeavor. Your time is greatly appreciated!

Click here to take the survey about the Future of the Library.

Anything Else You'd Like Us to Know?

Do you have more to tell us? We're listening! Use our Online Suggestion Box to share your thoughts with us.

 Click here to make a suggestion for the Library.

Stay tuned!

In the coming months, we'll have more information about this study and its results. Thank you for your continued interest in and support of YOUR library.


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