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Posted on: January 5, 2018

Highland Park Library Master Plan Online Community Survey

The Highland Park Harvey R. “Bum” Bright Library wants to hear from you! As part of the Library’s Master Plan project, a community survey is now available online for Town residents to provide input and share ideas regarding the future of library services in the Town of Highland Park.

Please click here to access the survey.

The survey is open to adults age 18 and older. A current Highland Park Library card is not required to take part in the survey. The Library wants to gather feedback from the entire community, not just library cardholders, to discover what ideas residents have for types of services, activities, and content they want the Library to offer.

Paper copies of the survey are also available in the Library and at Town Hall. Please participate and share your thoughts on what you want from your Library.   

Community input is vital to the Library as its staff develops the Library Master Plan. “This is a very exciting time and opportunity for the Library, and that’s why we’re asking for resident input to make sure we’re delivering what our community wants and anticipating and planning for our future needs,” said Kortney Nelson, Town Librarian. “The Highland Park Harvey R. ‘Bum’ Bright Library is an exceptional community asset, and we are working to identify ways to make it even better.”

The Library is partnering with The Ivy Group, www.ivygroup.com, on the Master Plan project to assess the Library’s present offerings and make recommendations for library services to meet 21st century expectations. For more information on the Library Master Plan project, please visit the Library's website or call 214-559-9400 during business hours: Tuesday through Saturday, 9:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.

The Highland Park Harvey R. “Bum” Bright Library is located in the Highland Park Town Hall at 4700 Drexel Drive.

Library Master Plan Project Community Survey
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