Got suggestions? Burnaby Public Library wants to hear from you

Would you like to take out a musical instrument, get coding tools or recreation passes at one of Burnaby’s libraries? The BPL is looking for suggestions about how to improve the city’s libraries, and wants to hear from you.

Burnaby librarians are asking residents to help them plan for the next four years. Visitors to Burnaby branches are being asked to give their suggestions about how the library can serve them better.

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BPL staff and board members are also creating street teams to go out in the city to talk to people who may or may not already be library users. have put out an online survey

They’re also asking residents to fill out an online survey at allears.bpl.bc.ca.

Personalized book recommendations, help with computers and technology, research help, materials in other languages and more study spaces are some areas BLP wants feedback on.

After the survey closes and the library concludes its engagement process, the draft plan will be presented to the board for review in October, and get final approval in November.

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