Douglas County Libraries (DCL) has completed the research phase of it’s new buildings project, and will reveal plans and models at three upcoming community open houses.
Community research included feedback from thousands of community members via online surveys, and dozens more via focus groups and in-depth conversations. “It is now time to celebrate and share how the communities’ ideas have informed the building process,” said Amber DeBerry, DCL associate director of community relations.
The public is invited to attend open houses at existing DCL locations to see floor plans, 3-D models and design details for the new libraries, all of which were influenced by community input. Open houses will be held as follows, and require no registration:
Parker, October 21, 1-6 p.m.
Castle Pines, October 29, 2-6 p.m.
Lone Tree, November 3, 2-6 p.m.
For more information, click on the Castle Pines, Lone Tree and Parker infographics below:
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