Main Library in Frisco Begins Renovation; Satellite Library operating in County Commons Through 2022
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The Summit County Main Library located in the County Commons in Frisco will be undergoing a renovation beginning September 2021 and continuing through January 2022. The current library will be operating out of the Buffalo Mountain Room in the Frisco County Commons to serve the public during that time.
“As services, programming, and technology adapt and evolve, our libraries must follow suit,” says Library Director Stephanie Ralph. “We plan to create a brighter, more open, and user-friendly space at the Main Library in Frisco.”
Some of the planned updates to the current library include:
- A new entrance leading directly into the library
- Expanded children and teen reading and creative areas
- Additional spaces for working remotely, studying, and reading, as well as a library programming room.
Come by and check out our mini library (September 2021 - January 2022)! We are offering15-minute computer sessions with printing, material hold pickup, book returns, newspapers and magazines, free Wifi, a paperback exchange, outdoor story times and new books for all ages!
“We are grateful to be able to continue offering services to the public, right next to our normal location, during this renovation,” says Operations Manager Sarah Hulsey. “And we can’t wait to welcome patrons back into our updated space in 2022.”
Summit County Libraries are open Monday-Thursday, 9 AM- 6 PM, and Fridays & Saturdays 9 AM- 5 PM. The South Branch Library in Breckenridge has several study rooms available for public use; call 970-453-3544 for more information.
To access digital resources, visit: https://summitcountylibraries.org/
For more information on the Library Foundation Capital Campaign, including Naming opportunities at the Main Library, visit www.summitlibraryexpansion.com