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The Highland Park 
Harvey R. “Bum” Bright Library 

is developing a multi-year Master Plan
to help guide library services.

   

Overview
The Highland Park Harvey R. “Bum” Bright Library is developing a multi-year Master Plan to:
  • Provide direction for future library services
  • Broaden the Library’s appeal 
  • Increase resident participation

The Library is partnering with The Ivy Group to assess the Library’s current offerings and make recommendations for library services to meet 21st century expectations. 

The Library Master Plan will include:
  • Short and long-term needs
  • Priorities and objectives to improve and grow the Library's programs over the next several years.

The project includes various components designed to provide insight into how the Library can expand its services and collections to meet it's patrons' current information needs while forecasting how information needs will evolve.
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Master Plan Components
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  • Drafting of the Library Master Plan document
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  • Review of the Library Master Plan document                            
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  • Initial site visit at the Library with The Ivy Group
  • Market segmentation study
  • Targeted focus groups of Library patrons
    • Focus group for teenagers
    • Focus group for parents of young children                    
    • Focus group for seniors
    • Focus group for Board Members of the Friends of the Highland Park Library and the Highland Park Quality of Life Foundation
  • Town Hall meeting for residents to share ideas and provide input for the project
  • Telephone interviews with representatives from community organizations
  • Benchmarking study
  • An online community survey for Town residents to provide input and share ideas regarding the future of library services in the Town of Highland Park.

Questions or Comments? 
Please use the Library Master Plan Contact Form to ask questions about the project or submit comments.