Tuesday, June 19, 2012

Building For The Future

The Atlanta-Fulton Public Library System is engaged in a $275 million building program, funded by a library bond referendum approved by Fulton County voters in 2008. Progress is being made in the first phase of this initiative and we invite our patrons to follow our progress as new libraries are built and old ones renewed! The new libraries are scheduled to open in late 2013 and continuing into 2014. Upon completion of Phase I, 23 libraries currently in our system will be renovated and updated. For more information about the library building program and its timeline, visit our website.

And for more information on opportunities available with the library projects visit the Fulton County Department of Purchasing & Contract Compliance website here.

1 comment:

  1. I am so glad to live in a county that has the fiancial resources to expand its library system in a down economy. Building and funding new branches when most systems are downsizing is a wonderful thing. I am so glad that Fulton County is in a strong budget position to not only expand and renovate its libraries, but to staff and fund them. Hooray for the solvency and resolve of Fulton County!