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Adjusting to Growing Needs: Welcome to Our Library Space Planning Survey

We are excited to invite you to participate in our Space Planning Survey, designed to gather valuable insights from our community. As we embark on this renovation project, we want everyone to know that our goal is to improve the user experience of our library. We are focused on adding square footage without major building expansion. Your input is crucial in helping us create a space that meets the diverse needs of all our patrons.

Our goal is to ensure that the library continues to be a vibrant, inclusive, and functional community hub. Whether you are a frequent visitor, an occasional user, or a first-time guest, we want to hear from you!

Take The Library Space Planning Survey Now

By taking a few minutes to complete this survey, you will be helping us shape the future of our library. Your feedback will guide us in making informed decisions about space allocation, and amenities that best serve our community’s interests and staff’s needs.

Thank you for your time and participation. Together, we can create a library that is welcoming and a versatile space for everyone in the community.

The survey will be open for input from Monday, July 1 until Wednesday, July 31.
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Join The Conversation At Our Public Meeting

In addition to this survey, we will be holding a public space planning meeting on Tuesday, August 13 at 6:30 PM in co-operation with Heart of Ellsworth. We will be sharing more information soon. Register for the event to receive updates or sign up for our newsletter to stay up-to-date.

About Heart of Ellsworth:
This event is a collaboration with Heart of Ellsworth, which promotes artistic, economic, educational, environmental, cultural, and historic activities in the “Downtown” area of the city of Ellsworth, Maine to provide a vibrant community for all residents, businesses, non-profit organizations and local Government.

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