BOZEMAN — The Bozeman Public Library on Main Street is getting an upgrade - and is looking for some input from you.
The city just announced plans for the library’s expansion. But before construction crews set out, the city wants to hear from its community.
During these first two weeks of February, residents are encouraged to take an online survey or participate in a virtual discussion telling the library what they want to see.
After community input, the library will then decide the best way to expand based on that input.
“We’re looking not just at the physical expansion, but also what programs and services people would like to see, and some of those might require a different physical configuration to accomplish. We really want to know what the people of Bozeman would like to see in their library,” explained Janay Johnson, the Foundation Director at the library.
To find the links for the virtual discussions or the survey, visit here.