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County of Brant Library seeking input from residents

NewsCounty of Brant Library seeking input from residents

The County of Brant Public Library (CBPL) is asking community members to share their ideas for the perfect library.

An online survey, which is available until September 30, offers the chance to reflect on current library services and suggest new ideas.

“Our community is at the heart of everything CBPL offers;” says Library Board Chair Fred Gladding, “meaningful public engagement allows both the Library and residents to build a strong community, together.”  

Survey questions are designed to inspire residents to reflect on their ideal library and help identify future programs and services that are of interest to a growing, diverse community. 

Photo courtesy County of Brant Public Library.

“We’re welcoming feedback from everyone, even if they’re not current Library users” says Library CEO Kelly Bernstein. “That will help us evaluate what we’re doing well and should keep, as well as learn what we’re not doing but should start.”

All feedback received will be incorporated into the Library’s new Strategic Plan, which will guide the Library to 2024 and beyond.

CBPL’s online community survey is now available and residents who submit a completed survey are entered into a prize draw to win a new iPad.

Share your ideas and dream big at brantlibrary.ca/survey

The County of Brant Public Library serves the County of Brant, with five branches located in Burford, Glen Morris, Paris, Scotland-Oakland, and St. George. Check us out online at brantlibrary.ca or @brantlibrary on Facebook and Twitter. 


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