Community Civic Campus

Images of the Library, Parks & Recreation Building Design Update to City Council on February 26, 2020.

Library Feedback:

  • Increased children’s zone with story time area and adjacent children’s books
  • After-school location and teen zone
  • Quiet reading, working, and tutoring areas for adults
  • Group study rooms
  • Computer lab and informal STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) learning
  • One-stop-shop for the whole family
  • Active and engaging for seniors
  • Expanded early literacy center

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Parks & Recreation Feedback:

  • State-of-the-art dance studios and changing areas
  • Modern large and small multi-purpose classrooms for fitness, music and technology
  • Rentable large banquet space with kitchen and appropriate storage
  • Event space for lectures and performances
  • Teaching kitchen
  • Rentable space
  • Collaborative office space for staff
  • Safe, single point of entry

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Shared Space Feedback:

  • Community Theater / Council Chambers
  • Civic Presence
  • Entry Lobby / Welcome Desk
  • Inviting atmosphere
  • Flexible multi-purpose performance space
  • Securable dais
  • Free Wi-Fi 
  • Public Art
  • Electronic Information Displays

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Site Feedback:

  • Play area for kids
  • Centennial Trail connection
  • Bike hub with fix-it station
  • Community event space
  • Outdoor Zumba/classes
  • Accessible
  • Adequate parking
  • Lawn area
  • Casual outdoor seating

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