White Oak Library District Unveils Romeoville Branch
201 W. Normantown Rd.
The 46,000 square foot building has undergone a $6.3 million dollar structural renovation, outfitted with all new furnishings and added technology. “We are very excited about the grand opening. This will become a gathering place for the community as they enjoy the numerous resources, programs and outreach activities that are provided in this new facility,” said Mayor John Noak.
Residents can enjoy a beautiful new children’s department, complete with a state of the art children’s story time room and a large number of computer workstations. There are two public meeting rooms, that will accommodate everything from a Cub Scout meeting to a Home Owner’s Association meeting. In the lower level there is a sleek modern teen room, quiet reading room, three public study rooms, free WiFi access and a new adult department with a number of public access computers.
White Oak Library District Director Scott Pointon stated, “I am happy to report that we continue to work hard on improving this library district. At this time we have wrapped up construction on the Romeoville Branch and are gearing up for construction at the Crest Hill and Lockport branch locations.”
|Village of Romeoville|