The Long Beach Public Library is conducting a survey to hear feedback and suggestions for library improvement from the community. The survey will determine interest in areas such as when and how often the library is open, a preferred method of communication regarding library news and events, and what adaptive or assistive technology services the library should offer.
“Community input is crucial for planning city services,” said Mayor Robert Garcia. “This is especially true for our libraries, which need to be open and available for visits by all Long Beach residents when most convenient for them. That is the goal.”
To participate, click here to access the survey. Paper copies are also available at all library locations offering Grab & Go and LBPL To-Go service. For more information, visit www.lbpl.org or call 570-7500.