Santa Clarita Public Library Requests Resident Feedback in Community Survey
SANTA CLARITA PUBLIC LIBRARY REQUESTS RESIDENT FEEDBACK IN COMMUNITY SURVEY
Feedback Will be Used to Develop Future Strategic Plan
The Santa Clarita Public Library is requesting resident feedback through their community survey during the month of October. Feedback from the survey will be used to guide the Library’s future strategic plan. Community members can access the survey at santaclaritalibrary.com through October 31, 2019, or receive a printed version at any Santa Clarita Public Library branch.
The community survey includes questions regarding current library resources, services, programs and classes. Participants will also have the opportunity to share ideas about future services they would like to see local libraries offer.
The Santa Clarita Public Library aims to offer useful and enjoyable services and programs to Santa Clarita’s residents. The City encourages community members to participate in the survey so that the Santa Clarita Public Library’s upcoming strategic plan can accurately reflect residents’ library needs and priorities.
Each of the Santa Clarita Public Library’s three branches in Canyon Country, Old Town Newhall and Valencia offers programming, resources and events for all ages. With an average of over 55,000 visits per month, and an average of over 93,000 items in circulation each month, the Santa Clarita Public Library effectively serves the Santa Clarita community.To access the community survey, and find more information regarding the Santa Clarita Public Library, please visit santaclaritalibrary.com.