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Human Services and Academic Support @ RPL

    Date Posted: Fri, Apr 01 - 4:57 pm

    Question

  • How might a renovated building incorporate a community resource center that could be a one stop shop for human services and academic support?
  • Answer

  • Our Main Library must evolve to meet the needs of the 21st century. The renovation will include additional meeting spaces for non-profits, a small business incubator, and meeting rooms for tutoring or study. Our human services offerings will continue through our extensive partnerships throughout the community.

Co-working spaces at the library

    Date Posted: Fri, Apr 01 - 4:44 pm

    Question

  • Are there any opportunities to leverage the design resources associated with the new Fairfield Area branch of HPL? That library is absolutely incredible and provides the public equivalent of co-working space that's otherwise out of reach for many Richmonders.
  • Answer

  • The city partnered with architects that have extensive experience in creating and renovating library and community spaces. One aspect of the new library is a small business incubator, Foundation resource center, and coworking space is a valuable idea to consider.

Technology @ RPL

    Date Posted: Fri, Apr 01 - 4:38 pm

    Question

  • How will technology support the Richmond Library of the future?
  • Answer

  • Technology is integral to the Richmond Library of the future. This building will be designed to accommodate the power and data needs of future technology.