Additional Correspondence with Park District

Statement from Jason Brandt, Library Board President“We are disappointed that the Park Board is unwilling to continue discussions about our proposal to build a new library at Lombard Common. The alternative locations they have suggested, which we have thoroughly and diligently explored, are all not viable for distinct reasons. Please see the documentation below from … More Additional Correspondence with Park District

Update – February 13, 2019

In an effort to provide as much transparency as possible regarding the ongoing discussions between the Lombard Park District and the Helen Plum Library, the following are links to the most recent correspondence regarding the new building project. Response to Park District from Library Board President (PDF) Response to Library from Park District (PDF)

We want your input!

We’re gathering input as we move through our Community Conversation Meetings, and we’d love to hear from you! Take the survey below, or for mobile users, visit this link to take the survey. Create your own user feedback survey

The Our Next Chapter Blog has been updated!

In anticipation of our Community Conversations meetings beginning this evening, we have revamped the blog with updated information and images! Please take a look around and if you have any questions, contact us. Join us this evening for the first of the Community Conversations from 6-9pm in the Library Auditorium. Staff and consultants will be available … More The Our Next Chapter Blog has been updated!

Community Conversations

Join us for Community Conversations about our new building! Wed, Oct 3 • 6–9pm Thu, Oct 18 • 12–6pm Sun, Nov 4 • 1–5pm We invite all Lombard residents to stop by the Library on these dates for Community Conversations held in the basement auditorium. Library staff and consultants will be available to discuss the … More Community Conversations

Helen Plum Traffic and Parking Study

Gewalt Hamilton, an independent traffic consultant, was hired by the Library to conduct a traffic study, review parking requirements, and provide recommendations for vehicle stacking at the proposed drive-up service window. The traffic engineering conducted several surveys of traffic including each intersection around the Library site from Main Street to Elizabeth Street and from Park Avenue … More Helen Plum Traffic and Parking Study