Central Library Input


The City of Lincoln is hosting a set of Town Hall meetings as an opportunity for residents to express their ideas and aspirations for a potential new Central Library.  

Godfrey's Associates and HDR Inc. will show images of exemplary libraries from around the world, while fielding questions and comments about current and future best practices in public libraries.


Thursday, February 23rd  |  6:30 PM

Meeting at NET's Meeting & Events Room

(1800 North 33rd Street)

Friday, February 24th  |  12:10 PM

Meeting at Bennett Martin Public Library 

(136 S 14th Street, 4th Floor)


Can't attend a Town Hall?


If you are unable to attend one of the Town Hall sessions listed above, you will be able attend a community meeting with Library Director Pat Leach as she shares ideas and gathers thoughts and ideas for a new Central Library.  

The community meeting times include:


Monday, February 27th  |  4-5 PM  |  Gere Branch Library (2400 S. 56th Street)

Tuesday, February 28th  |  5-6 PM  |  Bennett Martin Public Library (136 S. 14th Street)

Wednesday, March 1st  |  1-2 PM  |  Eiseley Branch Library (1530 Superior Street)

Thursday, March 2nd  |  6-7 PM  |  Anderson Branch Library (3635 Touzalin Avenue)

Friday, March 3rd  |  10-11 AM  |  Walt Branch Library (6701 S. 14th Street)

If you are unable to attend a gathering in person, the Library would love our input via an online survey.

For more information about the Central Library project, visit the library's website at lincolnlibraries.org or call 402.441.8512