Kansas City, Kansas Public Library wants to hear from Wyandotte County residents about how they feel about current and future library services. The library is conducting a survey as part of its strategic plan process to help guide how the library implements further strategic objectives.
Survey questions focus current library services, proposed services, library buildings, the resident’s use of the library, and their feelings about community needs. Both residents who use the library and those who have never visited a branch are invited to take the survey.
The survey is being conducted by OrangeBoy and is available in English and Spanish. Residents aged 17 and older can take it online at the link available on the library’s website at kckpl.org or on paper at one of the library branches. It will be available from now through December 10.
Kansas City, Kansas Public Library was formed in 1893. In 1899, it came under the authority of the Kansas City, Kansas Public School District Board of Education and remains there today. It serves a population of approximately 163,227. The mission of Kansas City, Kansas Public Library is to connect members of a dynamic community with information, tools, resources, and welcoming spaces to enrich lives in Wyandotte County. The library can be found online at kckpl.org