August 21, 2017
Visions sought for new Riverside library
RIVERSIDE – (INT) – A pair of public meetings has been scheduled seeking input on what residents would like in their downtown public library.

An architect has been selected to design a new building on the site of the former bus station on University Avenue west of Market Street.

The $30 million project will create a new, 45,000-square-foot Main Library with enhanced public space, flexible space for reading, collaboration, research, meeting space, community programs and improved parking.

“The new main library will launch a new era of discovery for Riversiders, young and old,” Councilman Mike Gardner said.

The public meetings are scheduled for June 15th and July 21st at Riverside City Hall.
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