Library Planning Consultant Anne MacKay will be at Windsor Public Library (850 Ouellette) on Wednesday, March 29 to hear how the community connects to the central library and gather input on ideas and innovation for a future library. The session is scheduled from 6:30-8 pm and will be in the Ouellette Lobby on the first floor. The community is welcome to attend.
Together with Architect Jason Grossi of design studio g+G, Ms. MacKay has begun community and staff consultations on how best to ‘right size’ the 101,000 sq. ft. facility.
Additionally, a public survey has been posted to the library website – www.windsorpubliclibrary.com – for members of the community wanting to provide input. Paper copies of the survey are available at all library locations.
The survey will be available for 6 weeks and will form a part of the report which is scheduled to go before the Windsor Public Library Board in November 2017. The consultants will also be gathering community and stakeholder opinion in a series of meetings and discussion groups.
Windsor Public Library retained consultants to study options for the future of Central Library. This is the beginning of the final phase of WPL facility recommendations approved by city council in May 2015.