March 14, 2023

Indy Library seeks input on Nora renovation

The Nora Branch opened in 1971 on North Guilford Avenue. - Indianapolis Public Library

The Nora Branch opened in 1971 on North Guilford Avenue.

Indianapolis Public Library

The Indianapolis Public Library seeks community input on the upcoming renovation of its Nora Branch.

The $2.25 million project will begin in October. It is the first major renovation of the interior of the 50-year-old branch since 1990.

Northside residents will be able to offer suggestions during meetings on March 21 and May 16 from 7 to 8 p.m. The meetings will be led by architects and designers from Luminaut and Four Point Design, as well as library representatives. No registration is necessary for the in-person meetings. Registration for the virtual meetings is available on the library’s website.

A survey allowing patrons to share how they use library services and what they would like to see in the renovated library branch is also available online and at the Nora Branch through March.

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