Capitol Hill Residents Can Weigh in on D.C. Libraries in New Survey

by Andrew Ramonas September 30, 2015 at 1:20 pm 0

Northeast Neighborhodd Library (Photo via Facebook/ Friends of the Northeast Library)Locals on Capitol Hill and in other parts of the District can give their opinions on D.C. libraries in a new survey from the city’s library system.

The D.C. Public Library system is urging residents to complete a survey intended to help it plan for the future.

The questionnaire asks respondents to say what they “wish the library offered more of” and how they use the library, among other queries.

“Input from all D.C. residents, students, employers and employees is needed to map out the vision for the library in the next five years and help us move from good to great,” the survey says. “By taking our 5-minute survey, you’re helping us define our future.”

Photo via Facebook/Friends of the Northeast Library


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