When the enhancements and repairs announced by Multnomah County Library are complete, the Gregory Heights Library in Northeast Portland will reopen. The library will be closed to the public starting on July 20 so that it may undergo renovations such as painting, carpeting, updating furniture, and updating its equipment and internet connections. The bond for the library’s construction was approved by voters in 2020, allowing for these enhancements.
In order to better serve the people of Multnomah County, the libraries have begun a countywide revitalization project that will see five libraries undergo extensive renovations thanks to money from a bond measure.
For the duration of a massive renovation aimed at improving the library’s services for the public, the Gregory Heights branch will be closed from now until the winter of 2023. The improvements, according to the library’s spokeswoman, are intended to make the library more welcoming and pleasant for visitors and to include the most up-to-date technology innovations to better serve the demands of today’s library patrons. Check the official tweet below:-
Multnomah County library closing for extended period.https://t.co/AHscPlm7kJ
— FOX 12 Oregon (@fox12oregon) June 12, 2023
The Multnomah County Library system has taken the initiative to modernize and refresh libraries around the county with funds from a library construction bond. To better serve their communities, libraries have been able to undergo significant renovations made possible by the bond.
While the Gregory Heights Library’s temporary closure may be inconvenient for some, the library system is making every effort to minimize the impact by making other resources available. When looking for information, activities, or services, library patrons in Multnomah County are invited to visit any of the other libraries in the system.
Multnomah County Library is dedicated to providing an outstanding library experience for its patrons, and the prolonged closure reflects that dedication. The library system’s devotion to serving the public’s evolving information requirements is reflected in its commitment to funding modernization and infrastructure upgrades. The goal of the current renovations at Gregory Heights Library is to create places that encourage learning, inquiry, and community participation and are dynamic, inclusive, and technologically sophisticated.
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The Gregory Heights Library in Northeast Portland will be temporarily closed to undergo a number of upgrades and repairs. Voters supported a library construction bond, which would allow Multnomah County Library to renovate and enhance library spaces throughout the county, including the one being closed. Some library patrons could be inconvenienced by the closure, but the improvements being made will provide for a warmer, more technologically updated space overall.
During the shutdown, the Multnomah County Library system will continue to offer its patrons access to a variety of other library services, and it will continue to work toward its goal of building dynamic public places that improve the quality of life in the communities it serves.