The Omaha Public Library (OPLSurvey.org) is partnering with local philanthropic group Heritage Omaha to develop a facilities plan for the city’s library system.
The Omaha Public Library, Omaha Public Library Foundation, City of Omaha, Do Space, and Heritage Omaha launched a community survey Wednesday that aims to gather input on the needs of the metro area’s 12 library branches.
The feedback will help shape the future of OPL and Do Space, according to a press release from the survey organizers.
The community survey can be found at OPLSurvey.org. It will be open for responses until May 1. Paper copies are available in English and Spanish at each OPL branch and Do Space. A Spanish version of the survey is available online at OPLEncuesta.org.
Project and community partners plan to present the initial engagement findings and a draft of the 2023 library facilities plan at a community event in May.
Do Space is a technology library providing free access to the latest software, devices, and ultra-fast internet to the Omaha community. The one-of-a-kind concept creates a digital workshop and an innovation playground filled with new opportunities to learn, grow, explore and create through programs and events. To learn more, go to dospace.org or contact them at firstname.lastname@example.org / (402) 819-4022.