Public Input Needed for Library’s Strategic Plan Survey
Help the Gwinnett County Public Library plan for the future by participating in a public survey beginning now through May 15.
This survey presents an opportunity for library customers and all Gwinnett residents to share their opinions about library staff, programming, and facilities, as well as information about what library customers are looking for and what services are used most.
The survey will be available online at www.gwinnettpl.org and in the branches until the close of day on May 15.
“Considering all of the exciting things happening with information, technology, and library activities— not to mention how busy our buildings are serving as community commons— strategic planning is important now, more than ever!” explains, Gwinnett County Public Library Executive Director Nancy Stanbery-Kellam.
“This survey provides a unique opportunity for the library to see the opinions of our community as a whole. It helps us know more about what people need from the library now, and how we can adapt for those needs as they change. Our strategic planning process depends upon these insights as we plan for future library services.”
The Gwinnett County Public Library (GCPL) is the leader in print and electronic materials circulation in Georgia. The library is a trusted community partner for the literacy, curriculum support, lifelong learning and literacy based programs for all residents. Library branches provide wireless internet access and public workstations. GCPL brings the community two county-wide special events, Gwinnett Reads and Fall Into the Arts. The library system is comprised of fifteen branches in Gwinnett County.
This public survey is part of Gwinnett County Public Library’s strategic planning process that determines what goals the library should strive for in the coming years. Community input is essential for this plan, and the survey is intended to reach both library customers and non-users. For more information about the survey, or library services, please visit ask.gwinnettpl.org or call (770) 978-5154.