The Library has undergone extensive renovations over the past few years in an attempt to improve function and service to the community.
New Entryway & Elevator Renovation (2013-2015)
The Library Board has hired architects Iovin & Arcari to do preliminary studies and plans for the interior courtyard and exterior landscaping and repairs.
New Carpeting (2013)
In early 2013 the Library replaced the carpeting on the main floor to match that of the new Job Search Assistance Center whose carpet was replaced as part of the recent construction project.
Job Assistance Computer Center (2012)
In August 2012 the Job Assistance Computer Center was completed. This projected was funded by private donations and a CDBG Grant.
Main Floor Reorganization (2012)
In order to make space for the new Job Assistance Computer Center the main floor of the Library had to be reorganized. All of the Library's book-stacks were moved, and the Library Park side of the building was turned into the main seating area.
Children's Library (2011)
After many years of planning and fundraising the Children's Library was completed renovated in 2011 with a new theme of the "Reading Rainforest". New features include a hand-painted tree mural with puppet theater, built-in television screen, projector and screen, teen tent, and study "huts". 10 additional computers were added specifically for Children's use.
RFID System (2011)
As part of the Children's Room renovation the Library changed their security over to an RFID system. This included the installation of new security gates requiring the revamping of the Library's entryway including a new circulation counter and new entranceway with new tile. Three self-check stations (including one self check-in) were also installed as part of this project.