Planning for the Future
From February through October 2017, Sanger Public Library worked closely with Komatsu Architecture on a Feasibility Study and Needs Assessment to address the current library facility and future needs. While a library building project is likely 3 to 5 years in the future, this architect's assessment is an important first step in determining considerations for the future of Sanger Public Library.
To supplement and provide information for Komatsu Architecture's Feasibility Study, Sanger Public Library performed a community survey during the summer of 2017 to gauge interest in a new library building and gain important feedback on both current library services and potential library services in the future. The results of the Community Survey and Feasibility Study were presented to the City Council on October 16th, 2017.
Explore the pages below to find out more information about the Community Survey, Feasibility Study and Needs Assessment, and future plans for Sanger Public Library:
Learn about the current library facility and the limitations associated with it.
Sanger Public Library developed and conducted an in-depth community survey from June 28th, 2017 until August 11th, 2017. Five key questions from the survey are summarized on this page.
Komatsu Architecture presented the results of their Feasibility Study and Needs Assessment to the City Council on October 16th, 2017.
While the overall preference seen in the Community Survey was for the library to remain at its current site or in a downtown location, demonstrated need for a significantly larger library facility to accommodate current and long-term community growth poses many challenges to keeping the library in a downtown location, namely the availability of a suitable 3-acre site.