The Fort Saskatchewan Public Library is inviting community members to have a say in its future.
 
The library's board and staff are looking for public input as they get set to build a 2019-23 strategic plan. People are asked to help out with the planning by taking part in a community needs survey now posted on the library's website
 
The survey, which will be online until Sept. 16, asks people to share their thoughts on current services, programs and customer service. The library also wants to know more about what topics people would like to see covered in future programs.
 
“We will also be having a community planning meeting where we will be inviting certain people from the community to discuss and share their ideas,” said library director Michele Fedyk. “And then the last part of the whole process is a board retreat where we will finalize everything and then present that to the community."
 
The survey takes about 15 minutes to complete.
 
A paper version of the survey is available in the library.

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