The Board of Trustees is considering a plan for renovating and enhancing the library’s 26-year-old building.

This page provides information on current plans, the rationale behind the plan’s current configuration, and other
information of interest to the community.  This page will be updated as new information becomes available.

The Board of Trustees is holding a Special Board Meeting on Thursday, October 11,2018, to discuss the future of the proposed renewal plan.
Architects from the firm of Butler Rowland Mays Architects, LLP, will present the latest plans.


  • To download a PowerPoint Show on the current draft plan, please click here.
  • To view a video of the architect’s presentation on the proposed renewal, please click here.
  • To read the Altamont Enterprise’s March 22, 2018, article on the proposed renewal, please click here.

About the Public Presentations held April 11, 2018, regarding the Possible Renovation of the Library:

Two public presentation and comment sessions about the possible renewal project were held at the Library on Wednesday, April 11.  These were a continuation of the year-long series of public-input sessions, and consultations with stakeholders throughout the community, about positioning the library to serve the community for decades to come.

Each presentation addressed the same topic: A review of the status of current plans for a possible renovation of the Library.

Please note that nothing has been decided: The Board has not yet voted on whether or not to move ahead with the project.

You’re encouraged to visit this page for the latest news and information. 

The floor plan below is current as of September 2018.

If you have any questions, comments, and suggestions about this project, please email


To view a printable version of the proposed floor plan,
click the image or click here.

Posted: March 23, 2018
Updated September 28, 2018