New Front Door for the Library

After years of complaints, the front entry doors at the library are being replaced. The existing doors were installed in 1978. Years of wear have left the doors distorted to the point, where they could not closing properly.  The new doors not only fit right, but have better insulation and glazing, which greatly improves their energy-efficient. […]

Library Study to Present First Look at Possible Building Designs

You will get to see the first drawings of three potential building designs at an open meeting on Wednesday, May 11. This will be the fourth and final meeting in a series of public discussions with the library planning and design team from Tappe Architects. The meeting will start at 7:00 PM in the multi-purpose room […]

Future & Status of the Public Library

Why Public Support & Use of Libraries Continues to Grow A diverse group of about sixty Seekonk residents met  last evening to hear a presentation by the library design team from Tappe Architects.  Tappe has been hired by the Town to work with the Library Facilities Study Committee to coordinate a feasibility study and to develop schematic […]

Library Facilities Study Committee Meeting

The Library Facilities Study Committee (LFSC) will be holding a regular open meeting at 6:30 on Thursday, June 30.  This meeting will be held in the Sullivan Room in the Seekonk Public Library. Tentative Meeting Agenda  Call to order Review and approve the minutes of the previous  meeting Old Business Update on  committee activities since the previous meeting Discussion of Site Plan Proposals […]

Survey on Library Hours

The library greatly appreciates the help of the 519 people who took the time to participate in the recent survey on library hours. Although the library continuously collects data on how and when it is used, it was extremely helpful to have some direct feedback from users. The survey indicated a strong desire to have […]