The 2016 American Library Association’s theme for the year is called Libraries Transforming Communities.
Can you imagine a community without a strong local public library? Libraries provide more than just books, movies and music. This year, we want to hear from you! What kind of community do you want Euclid to be? Why is it important to you? What are some things that need to happen to create the change you want to see in our city?
Throughout this year, we’ll give you the opportunity to answer these questions so that we can help develop solutions to help improve the economic, educational and cultural needs of Euclid. Every day, we have at least 1,400 visitors. Patrons of all ages, races and abilities visit our library to study, use a computer, attend a meeting or sit quietly and read.
Our city has about 48,000 residents and in 2015 there were over 535,000 visits to the library. The Euclid Public Library is the perfect place to exchange ideas and develop practical solutions that can be shared with city and school leaders to foster the positive change that you want to see. We hope that you will join us for these upcoming discussions and programs.
Director Kacie V. Armstrong
(216) 261-5300, ext. 101
If you would like to see the most current copy of our annual report just link here: 2015 Annual Report