• Reopening

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    Groundbreaking

  • Closed for Construction

    As of Saturday, October 9 at the close of business at 6 p.m., Lorain Branch will be closed to patrons so that construction can begin. While the Lorain Branch is closed, patrons are encouraged to visit the Carnegie West Branch or utilize our books by mail service, Words on Wheels. The branch is scheduled to reopen late in 2022. Can't wait to see you then!

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    Town Hall Meeting

    Your neighborhood libraries are being updated for the 21st century and beyond. Join this virtual town hall meeting to review potential ideas and inspiration images for the future of the Lorain Branch Library. Then, join the conversation and share your ideas and opinions about the future of Lorain Branch's interior, programs, site/community connectivity, and neighborhood history/culture.

    Town Hall Meetings
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    Town Hall Meeting

    Your neighborhood libraries are being updated for the 21st century and beyond. Join this virtual town hall meeting to review potential ideas and inspiration images for the future of the Lorain Branch Library. Then, join the conversation and share your ideas and opinions about the future of Lorain Branch's interior, programs, site/community connectivity, and neighborhood history/culture.

    Town Hall Meetings
  • Conceptual Design Begins

    Check here for upcoming town hall meetings with HBM Architects

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    Cleveland Public Library Board of Trustees Announces Building Projects

    Library Board of Trustees approved the selection of branches in Group 1b including the Lorian Branch.

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    Voters Pass Cleveland Public Library - Issue 60

    The 2.0 mill increase will allow the Library to embark on a comprehensive neighborhood capital improvement plan to provide Cleveland residents with more effective access to the Library’s services, collections, and technology in the communities where they live, work, and raise their families.