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Five New Libraries in Two Years !
Director Picture At Salt Lake County Library Services we're always striving to improve our facilities and services for all county residents, and we're very excited about our upcoming improvements. We have four new library building projects, designs for dramatic rennovations to some of the existing libraries and plans for continued refinements to our technological resources to be able to provide you with the most up-to-date service.

These improvements are part of an ongoing plan to address those areas spotlighted in the Needs Assessment Study that was completed in 2000. At that time, Cooper/Roberts Architects and Bonneville Research
jointly prepared the comprehensive study to assist Library Services with identification of potential problems and liabilities in current library facilities, determine areas of the county where future growth and demographic changes may prompt an expanded demand on the library, and develop strategies to address some of the most serious concerns in the coming years.

With an eye toward achieving our goals - the highest levels of service for the community, meaningful contributions to our patrons' lives and maintaining financial viability in these uncertain economic times - we look forward to sharing the progress of our growth and enhancements with you. Finally, Thank You for your continued support of Salt Lake County Library Services!

Jim Cooper, Library Director
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WJO Architect Awarded
released: 01/21/2011 09:00 AM
West Jordan architect MHTN has won the Intermountain Architect of the Year Award for 2010.
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Contractor Selected for M ...
released: 05/24/2010 08:58 AM
Big D Construction has been selected as the contractor for the Millcreek Community Center. Ground breaking is expected in June.
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West Jordan Construction ...
released: 05/14/2010 08:57 AM
The West Jordan Library Complex construction documents are 90% complete. They are on track to be 100% complete by the end of May and a construction firm is expected to be selected in late June.
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