Guelph, Ont., February 12, 2019 – Want to have a say on the services and programs planned for Guelph’s new central library? Now’s your chance.
We’re also looking for feedback on the kinds of uses and activities that you would like to see offered in multi-purpose and outdoor public spaces.
Take the survey by March 3
Take our survey at haveyoursay.guelph.ca by March 3. Look for the Baker District redevelopment project to access the survey. Your input will be used to inform the new library’s layout.
“Whether you’re a regular library user or not, we need your insight and ideas to make sure our new central library delivers the programs and services that will meet our community’s needs through to 2040,” says Steve Kraft, chief executive officer at the Guelph Public Library.
Can’t do the survey online? Hard copies are available at all Guelph Public Library locations.
About the project
The Baker District redevelopment is a City of Guelph project aimed at transforming the existing parking lot and properties fronting the north end of Wyndham Street into a unique mixed-use development, including new central Guelph Public Library.
To learn more, visit guelph.ca/bakerdistrict.
- 2018 Library Business Case
- 2017 Library Building Program and Functional Plan Update
- 2012 Library Building Program and Functional Plan
For more information about the library
Chief Executive Officer
Guelph Public Library
519-824-6220 extension 224
For more information about the Baker District redevelopment
Program Manager, Portfolio Development
Business Development and Enterprise
City of Guelph
519-822-1260 extension 3360