The next phase of public engagement begins on the development of the new main branch of the Guelph Public Library. So what do you want in terms of services of programs?
From now until March 3, the City of Guelph is asking for your feedback on planned services and programs for the new main library, which will be constructed in the Baker District Redevelopment starting in 2021. Specifically, City staff wants to learn what kind of uses and activities people wish to see offered in outdoor and multi-use spaces in the new library.
“Whether you’re a regular library user or not, we need your insight and ideas to make sure our new central library delivers the programs and services that will meet our community’s needs through to 2040,” Steve Kraft, chief executive officer at the Guelph Public Library, said in a statement.
If you want to offer your feedback, you can do so online at haveyoursay.guelph.ca. There are also hard copies of the survey available at all branches of the library if you’re of the Luddite persuasion.
Remember, that deadline for feedback is March 3.