Photo courtesy of Prince William County
Central Community Library is starting the new year receiving upgrades.
The facility, which stands at 8601 Mathis Avenue in Manassas, is temporarily closing on January 15.
Between then and June, it will gain space for various features, including U.S. passport services and an updated children’s spot, according to a release from Prince William County.
Officials are also adding room for the Ruth E. Lloyd Information Center (RELIC) that is being relocated from Bull Run Regional Library in Manassas.
A study room, study-conference rooms, a community room and improved bathrooms will be some of its other offerings.
Visitors may participate in programs in the Makerspace. They can also take advantage of WiFi, computers, mobile printing and scanners.
“The library will have the intimate feel offered by our neighborhood libraries, as well as enhanced services and programs patrons experience in a community library setting,” Prince William Public Library System Director Deborah L. Wright said in a release.
During the renovation, community members will be able to drop off books and use online services.
They may pick up books and materials at the county’s 10 other libraries.
Their locations and updates on the project will be available on the county’s website.
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