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Eastman Branch
May 23, 2017
Public Meeting #2
Agenda
May 23, 2017
	
	
5:30 - 5:45pm	 	 Welcome & Introductions
5:45 - 6:15pm		 Overview of Community Engagement
6:15 - 6:45pm		 Design Alternatives Feedback
6:45 - 7:00pm		 Public Comment / Q&A
CPL150:
COMMUNITY VISION
PLAN
CPL Strategic Plan 2012-2014
Cleveland Public Library calls obstacles, such as hunger,
illiteracy, and unemployment: Community Deficits.
The People’s University
CPL embraces its responsibility to fight these deficits by taking
a strong STEP for our community’s future and providing:
•	Safety - Safe places to learn all year round
•	Technology - Free access to all types of new technology
•	Education - Extensive & inspirational communities of learning
•	Preservation - A commitment to capturing and honoring history
Community Vision Plan
An effort to determine the appropriate services that
will be offered at the Cleveland Public Library’s branch
locations by 2019 through authentic engagement and
valued input from community residents.
Current branches in Group 3:
•	West Park
•	Eastman
•	Hough
•	Union
•	Walz
Community Vision Plan
A report will be produced for each group with
recommendations tailored to each branch, which
may include:
•	 Exterior architectural renovations
•	 Concepts for reprogramming interior spaces
•	 Outdoor site improvements
•	 Framework for prioritizing library services
•	 Streetscape enhancements
•	 Creative ideas for bridging the digital divide
•	 Partnerships with community organizations
Community Vision Plan
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
•	The Library does not have a future plan for the
Eastman Branch building.
This Community Vision Plan is the public
engagement process to create a plan.
•	There is no budget set for the Eastman Branch
recommendations.
The library wants to know what the community needs
are first, then plan financial investments accordingly.
•	The definition of "21st Century Library" will be
co-created by each branch community.
The Cleveland Public Library recognizes each
community has different needs and priorities.
OVERVIEW of
COMMUNITY
ENGAGEMENT
FEEDBACK
Advisory Committee Meeting
Open House at Branch
Survey Feedback
EASTMAN:
25
TOTAL
SURVEYS:
616
"Please list the name of the CPL facility
you identify as your local branch."
Survey Feedback : Eastman
Survey Feedback : Eastman
Survey Feedback : Eastman
Q: Please offer 3 words that best
capture your vision for the CPL
experience in your area by 2019.
Survey Feedback : Eastman
Survey Feedback : Eastman
Q: If you could suggest an additional
resource for your local branch, what
would it be?
•	 Windows classes
•	 Organize fiction by genre for easier browing
•	 Tax services
•	 Support groups
•	 More places to walk and talk
•	 Outdoor space
•	 Outside patio space
•	 More computers, especially Apples
•	 Computer art and animation design
•	 More books and DVDs
•	 24/7 Access
•	 More kids' events
•	 Cultural wall / Multicultural section
Survey Feedback : Eastman
Survey Feedback : Eastman
"I want my grandson
to continue to see
children from all different
backgrounds here."
"It would be helpful
to advertise branch
activities on the web site
and in monthly flyers."
"The bike rack needs
upgrading! Would be nice to
have a green area outside
with reasonable security and
comfortable seating."
"Please open on
Sundays - I get so
bored!"
Open House Feedback
Mapping Assets
Defining the Vision
Defining the Vision
BUILDING/GROUNDS:
•	 Wifi Garden
•	 Repave parking lot
•	 Rotating gallery on landing
•	 Green space for kids and programs
•	 More outdoor seating
•	 Clean parking lot
•	 One-way entrance & exit signs into parking lot
•	 Parking space lines and traffic direction arrows need 	
	repainting
•	 More natural light
•	 More security
•	 More greenery & seating outside
•	 More landscaping
•	 Flowers outside
•	 Chalk wall outside
Defining the Vision
NEIGHBORHOOD:
•	 Work with local schools
•	 More grocery stores
•	 More seating outside
•	 Hold block parties, invite neighbors
•	 Local cultural events, street festivals
•	 More pedestrian friendly on Lorain
•	 Family Dollar benches need work
•	 Trees along Lorain
•	 Work with Variety Theatre to host events
•	 More street life - shops
•	 Better outdoor seating
•	 Bus shelters at W 117th retail (Giant Eagle/Target)
Defining the Vision
SERVICES:
•	 Longer hours - stay open 		
	later
•	 More teen programs
•	 Tutoring
•	 More programs for kids
•	 Adult programming
•	 More youth programs
•	 Open on Sunday
•	 Programs for new 				
	immigrants/refugees
•	 More family events
•	 More new DVDs
•	 Stronger wifi connection
•	 Ethnic/multicultural area of 	
	collection
•	 Grantwriting classes
•	 More one-on-one with youth
•	 Allow computer use for more 	
	 than 2 hours
•	 Adult GED classes
•	 Math programs for kids
•	 More Muslim outreach/			
	 programs, more Muslim 		
	books
•	 Multiethnic section with 		
	displays
•	 Handouts/display showing 	
	 services in neighborhood	 	
	 for any given day (free 			
	 lunches, etc)
•	 Open house to explain 			
	opportunities/services
•	 Schedules for public transit 		
	 at front desk
BRANCH(ING)CONVERSATIONS
INTERNAL
CPL&BRANCH
POSITIVES NEGATIVES
EXTERNAL
NEIGHBORHOOD
Branch(ing) Conversations
INTERNAL / BUILDING
POSITIVES +
•	 Quiet
•	 Orderly - kids well-behaved
•	 Online pickup
•	 Nice front windows onto 	 	
	Lorain
•	 Rules enforced
•	 Good size
•	 Bright inside - good lighting
•	 Plenty of computers
•	 Kids' activities
•	 Long lending time
•	 Walrus statue
•	 Accessible meeting room
•	 Classes upstairs
•	 Good kids' area
•	 Free lunches for kids
•	 Sufficient parking
•	 No steps - entrance at grade
•	 Friendly staff
•	 GED classes
Branch(ing) Conversations
INTERNAL / BUILDING
NEGATIVES -
•	 Dark inside
•	 Not colorful enough
•	 2 hour limit on computers 		
	 (even when not full)
•	 People go wrong way in 	 	
	 parking lot - need signage
•	 Not enough teen programs/		
	 tutoring/YA books/activities
•	 Should offer extra lunches to 	
	adults
•	 Opportunities/programs not 	
	 well-advertised
•	 Hidden - not very visible
•	 Selection limited/small
•	 Nondescript - needs a 		
	 "facelift"
•	 Upstairs not planned/available 	
	space
•	 Not enough security - movies 	
	stolen
•	 Outside too plain - needs 		
	 color, plantings
•	 Hard to see - not great signage
•	 No landscaping/outside area
•	 No self-checkout
•	 Not enough teen activities
Branch(ing) Conversations
EXTERNAL / NEIGHBORHOOD
POSITIVES +
•	 Walkable area
•	 Diverse - lots of cultures
•	 Arabic stores
•	 West Side Community Center
•	 Bus access
•	 Immigrant neighborhood
•	 New shops, restaurants
•	 Variety Theatre
•	 Benches on streetscape
•	 Parking lot feels safe
•	 Close to Giant Eagle, Target
•	 Convenient - off freeway
Branch(ing) Conversations
EXTERNAL / NEIGHBORHOOD
NEGATIVES -
•	 Messy outside - on sidewalks, parking lot
•	 Perceptions of crime/muggings
•	 Noisy outside
•	 Hard to cross Lorain - not enough crosswalks
•	 Trees in middle of sidewalk block access
•	 Parking area needs better lighting
•	 Buses don't run reliably / often enough
•	 Halloran Park needs improvements
•	 No great walkable shopping strip
Summary: Recommendations
1.	 Explore allowing upstairs to become a quiet reading room 		
	 (when not in use)
Summary: Recommendations
1.	 Explore allowing upstairs to become a quiet reading room 		
	 (when not in use)
2.	 Find opportunities for more natural light on interior
Summary: Recommendations
1.	 Explore allowing upstairs to become a quiet reading room 		
	 (when not in use)
2.	 Find opportunities for more natural light on interior
3.	 Reuse landing space for unique programming
Summary: Recommendations
1.	 Explore allowing upstairs to become a quiet reading room 		
	 (when not in use)
2.	 Find opportunities for more natural light on interior
3.	 Reuse landing space for unique programming
4.	 Find opportunities for outdoor seating, landscaping, and 		
	 colorful lighting
Summary: Recommendations
1.	 Explore allowing upstairs to become a quiet reading room 		
	 (when not in use)
2.	 Find opportunities for more natural light on interior
3.	 Reuse landing space for unique programming
4.	 Find opportunities for outdoor seating, landscaping, and 		
	 colorful lighting
5.	 Improve signage on building exterior to draw attention
Summary: Recommendations
1.	 Explore allowing upstairs to become a quiet reading room 		
	 (when not in use)
2.	 Find opportunities for more natural light on interior
3.	 Reuse landing space for unique programming
4.	 Find opportunities for outdoor seating, landscaping, and 		
	 colorful lighting
5.	 Improve signage on building exterior to draw attention
6.	 Improve bike rack
Summary: Recommendations
1.	 Explore allowing upstairs to become a quiet reading room 		
	 (when not in use)
2.	 Find opportunities for more natural light on interior
3.	 Reuse landing space for unique programming
4.	 Find opportunities for outdoor seating, landscaping, and 		
	 colorful lighting
5.	 Improve signage on building exterior to draw attention
6.	 Improve bike rack
7.	 Work with parking lot owner to install directional signage, 		
	 improve paving condition, improve lighting
Summary: Recommendations
1.	 Explore allowing upstairs to become a quiet reading room 		
	 (when not in use)
2.	 Find opportunities for more natural light on interior
3.	 Reuse landing space for unique programming
4.	 Find opportunities for outdoor seating, landscaping, and 		
	 colorful lighting
5.	 Improve signage on building exterior to draw attention
6.	 Improve bike rack
7.	 Work with parking lot owner to install directional signage, 		
	 improve paving condition, improve lighting
8.	 Redevelop Lorain Ave streetscape in front of library
Summary: Recommendations
1.	 Explore allowing upstairs to become a quiet reading room 		
	 (when not in use)
2.	 Find opportunities for more natural light on interior
3.	 Reuse landing space for unique programming
4.	 Find opportunities for outdoor seating, landscaping, and 		
	 colorful lighting
5.	 Improve signage on building exterior to draw attention
6.	 Improve bike rack
7.	 Work with parking lot owner to install directional signage, 		
	 improve paving condition, improve lighting
8.	 Redevelop Lorain Ave streetscape in front of library
9.	 Improve information display, both paper and digital
Summary: Recommendations
1.	 Explore allowing upstairs to become a quiet reading room 		
	 (when not in use)
2.	 Find opportunities for more natural light on interior
3.	 Reuse landing space for unique programming
4.	 Find opportunities for outdoor seating, landscaping, and 		
	 colorful lighting
5.	 Improve signage on building exterior to draw attention
6.	 Improve bike rack
7.	 Work with parking lot owner to install directional signage, 		
	 improve paving condition, improve lighting
8.	 Redevelop Lorain Ave streetscape in front of library
9.	 Improve information display, both paper and digital
10.	Highlight local diversity through multicultural displays & talks
Summary: Recommendations
1.	 Explore allowing upstairs to become a quiet reading room 		
	 (when not in use)
2.	 Find opportunities for more natural light on interior
3.	 Reuse landing space for unique programming
4.	 Find opportunities for outdoor seating, landscaping, and 		
	 colorful lighting
5.	 Improve signage on building exterior to draw attention
6.	 Improve bike rack
7.	 Work with parking lot owner to install directional signage, 		
	 improve paving condition, improve lighting
8.	 Redevelop Lorain Ave streetscape in front of library
9.	 Improve information display, both paper and digital
10.	Highlight local diversity through multicultural displays & talks
11.	Explore staying open later, or alternative forms of after-hours 	
	access
Summary: Recommendations
1.	 Explore allowing upstairs to become a quiet reading room 		
	 (when not in use)
2.	 Find opportunities for more natural light on interior
3.	 Reuse landing space for unique programming
4.	 Find opportunities for outdoor seating, landscaping, and 		
	 colorful lighting
5.	 Improve signage on building exterior to draw attention
6.	 Improve bike rack
7.	 Work with parking lot owner to install directional signage, 		
	 improve paving condition, improve lighting
8.	 Redevelop Lorain Ave streetscape in front of library
9.	 Improve information display, both paper and digital
10.	Highlight local diversity through multicultural displays & talks
11.	Explore staying open later, or alternative forms of after-hours 	
	access
12.	Encourage collaborative programming in conjunction with the 	
	 Variety Theatre, local arts programs
DISCUSSION
of DESIGN
ALTERNATIVES
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West Park
Glenville
Collinwood
Harvard-Lee
Mt. Pleasant
Main Library
Carnegie West
Garden Valley
South Brooklyn
Langston Hughes
Memorial-Nottingham
Martin Luther King, Jr.
CPL SERVICE AREAS WITH BRANCH LOCATIONS 2014
Prepared by: Knowledge Office ADO
November 19, 2014
Source: NODIS
Service Area | 27 CPL Branches + Main library + Public Admin.
+ Ohio Library for the Blind & P.D.
Service Area | Eastman Branch
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West Park
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Sout
Brooklyn Branch
County Library
Lakewood Library
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LORAIN
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ROCKPORT
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LORAIN
EASTMAN
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Eastman Branch Use
CPL
BRANCH
EXPERIENCE
library
building
library
property
neighborhood
library
services
CPL
BRANCH
EXPERIENCE
library
building
library
property
library
services
neighborhood
Interior | tech centers at CPL
TechCentral, Downtown Main Branch TechEast, Fleet Main Branch
1. How important is it to be able to check out
TABLETS / LAPTOPS?
1. Not important 2. Somewhat	 3. Moderately 4. Important 5. Very important
2. How important is it to have LOUNGE
SEATING AREAS?
1. Not important 2. Somewhat	 3. Moderately 4. Important 5. Very important
Plainsboro Public Library, New JerseyPrinceton University Library, New Jersey
3. How important is it to have a LAPTOP
BAR/LOUNGE AREA?
1. Not important 2. Somewhat	 3. Moderately 4. Important 5. Very important
Add a Flexible
"Teen Room"
Add a Flexible "Teen Room"
4. How important is it add a FLEXIBLE "TEEN
ROOM" downstairs?
1. Not important 2. Somewhat	 3. Moderately 4. Important 5. Very important
Add a Window,
Laptop Bar
Add a Back Window
5. How important is it add a BACK WINDOW?
1. Not important 2. Somewhat	 3. Moderately 4. Important 5. Very important
Add a Landing
Gallery
6. How important is it to add a GALLERY?
1. Not important 2. Somewhat	 3. Moderately 4. Important 5. Very important
CPL
BRANCH
EXPERIENCE
library
property
library
building
library
services
neighborhood
7. How important is it to ADD SEATING for a
"Wifi Garden" at the Front Entry?
1. Not important 2. Somewhat	 3. Moderately 4. Important 5. Very important
8. How important is it to IMPROVE THE BACK
ENTRANCE with lighting, seating, bike racks?
1. Not important 2. Somewhat	 3. Moderately 4. Important 5. Very important
Existing Side Wall
Signage
Mural Arts Program
Green Wall
9. What is your preference for improving the 		
	 SIDE WALL?
1. Just signage/lighting 2. Mural Arts Program 3. Green Wall 4. Keep as-is
CPL
BRANCH
EXPERIENCE
library
building
library
property
neighborhood
library
services
Nearby projects | Variety Theatre Revitalization
Nearby projects | Variety Village Streetscape Plan - 2011
Variety Village Streetscape Plan
Concepts for reinvesting in a vibrant,
active, pedestrian friendly commercial district
Variety Village / Westown Neighborhood
Cleveland, Ohio
December 2011
WESTOWN
Community Development Corporation
The images below depict sites throughout the Eastern Commercial District reinvestment zone where opportunities exist to alter the streetscape
experience to bring a stronger sense of place to Variety Village. The comments are reflective of discussions that were held with Westtown, the
City of Cleveland and NOACA through the process of understanding the existing streetscape conditions during neighborhood tours.
Identify opportunities for “outdoor rooms” at key points
26’ Sidewalk
8’ Walking Path
Empty tree pits do
not help to soften
the streetscape
Benches are getting
worn out and are in
need of upkeep
12’ Walking Path
Enhance heavily used transit stops to build neighborhood identity
117th and Lorain bus
stop is one of the
most used stops
within Variety Village
Street trees provide an
attractive environment for
pedestrians, but require
upkeep
Auto and pedestrian
areas blend together
Landscaping shields an
outdoor supply yard
Develop a standardized treatment of parking lot / sidewalk transitions
6
Reinvesting in Streetscape – Defining Opportunities
Combine
Redundant
Utility Poles
Stamped
Concrete
Crosswalks
Business Directory
Signage –
Information Kiosk
Eliminate Unused
/ Oversized Curb
Cuts
Prioritize Bus Stop
Enhancement
Locations
Parking
Lot
Screening
New On-Street
Parking Spaces
Priority “Outdoor
Room” / Gathering
Spaces
Public Art –
Utilize Blank
Wall Surfaces
Public Art –
Neighborhood
Gateway Market
Expanded
Planters and
Landscaping
W C E
Key Plan
Eastern Commercial District
Identifying opportunities for streetscape enhancements within the Eastern Commercial District focus on the creation of
further softening the sidewalk environment through enhanced landscaping and the creation of public gathering spaces at
primary activity nodes such as the Library and West 117th Street bus stop. The extension and combination of existing
planters are used to define smaller spaces within the wider sidewalks, further defined by public art opportunities.
Lorain Avenue
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24
10. How important is it to IMPROVE THE
STREETSCAPE with lighting, seating, banners?
1. Not important 2. Somewhat	 3. Moderately 4. Important 5. Very important
CPL
BRANCH
EXPERIENCE
library
building
library
property
library
services
neighborhood
Information Display
11. How important is it to IMPROVE
INFORMATION DISPLAY, both paper and digital?
1. Not important 2. Somewhat	 3. Moderately 4. Important 5. Very important
12. How important is it to create a
MULTICULTURAL AREA with changing features?
1. Not important 2. Somewhat	 3. Moderately 4. Important 5. Very important
Monday 10:00-7:00
Tuesday 10:00-7:00
Wednesday 10:00-6:00
Thursday 10:00-7:00
Friday 10:00-6:00
Saturday 10:00-6:00
Sunday Closed
Eastman Library Hours | Current
13. If library hours were extended, which
option would you prefer?
a. Open earlier on Mon, Tues, Wed, or Thur
b. Open earlier on Fri or Sat
c. Open later on Mon, Tues, Wed, or Thur
d. Open later on Fri or Sat
e. Open Sundays
Monday 10:00-7:00
Tuesday 10:00-7:00
Wednesday 10:00-6:00
Thursday 10:00-7:00
Friday 10:00-6:00
Saturday 10:00-6:00
Sunday Closed
Eastman Library Hours | Current
ENCOURAGE LOCAL PARTNERSHIPS & PROGRAMMING
14. If you'd like, please list:
one type of event/program you would like
Eastman to provide (ex. foreign-language
readings, author signings, gardening talks,
tai chi, etc)
PLUS one community partner who could
help facilitate (ex. rec center, local school,
etc.) that event/program
ENCOURAGE LOCAL PARTNERSHIPS & PROGRAMMING
www.CPL150.org

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Eastman Branch : Public Meeting #2

  • 1. Eastman Branch May 23, 2017 Public Meeting #2
  • 2. Agenda May 23, 2017 5:30 - 5:45pm Welcome & Introductions 5:45 - 6:15pm Overview of Community Engagement 6:15 - 6:45pm Design Alternatives Feedback 6:45 - 7:00pm Public Comment / Q&A
  • 4. CPL Strategic Plan 2012-2014
  • 5. Cleveland Public Library calls obstacles, such as hunger, illiteracy, and unemployment: Community Deficits. The People’s University CPL embraces its responsibility to fight these deficits by taking a strong STEP for our community’s future and providing: • Safety - Safe places to learn all year round • Technology - Free access to all types of new technology • Education - Extensive & inspirational communities of learning • Preservation - A commitment to capturing and honoring history
  • 6. Community Vision Plan An effort to determine the appropriate services that will be offered at the Cleveland Public Library’s branch locations by 2019 through authentic engagement and valued input from community residents. Current branches in Group 3: • West Park • Eastman • Hough • Union • Walz
  • 7. Community Vision Plan A report will be produced for each group with recommendations tailored to each branch, which may include: • Exterior architectural renovations • Concepts for reprogramming interior spaces • Outdoor site improvements • Framework for prioritizing library services • Streetscape enhancements • Creative ideas for bridging the digital divide • Partnerships with community organizations
  • 8. Community Vision Plan Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) • The Library does not have a future plan for the Eastman Branch building. This Community Vision Plan is the public engagement process to create a plan. • There is no budget set for the Eastman Branch recommendations. The library wants to know what the community needs are first, then plan financial investments accordingly. • The definition of "21st Century Library" will be co-created by each branch community. The Cleveland Public Library recognizes each community has different needs and priorities.
  • 11. Open House at Branch
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  • 14. Survey Feedback EASTMAN: 25 TOTAL SURVEYS: 616 "Please list the name of the CPL facility you identify as your local branch."
  • 15. Survey Feedback : Eastman
  • 16. Survey Feedback : Eastman
  • 17. Survey Feedback : Eastman
  • 18.
  • 19. Q: Please offer 3 words that best capture your vision for the CPL experience in your area by 2019. Survey Feedback : Eastman
  • 20. Survey Feedback : Eastman
  • 21. Q: If you could suggest an additional resource for your local branch, what would it be? • Windows classes • Organize fiction by genre for easier browing • Tax services • Support groups • More places to walk and talk • Outdoor space • Outside patio space • More computers, especially Apples • Computer art and animation design • More books and DVDs • 24/7 Access • More kids' events • Cultural wall / Multicultural section Survey Feedback : Eastman
  • 22. Survey Feedback : Eastman "I want my grandson to continue to see children from all different backgrounds here." "It would be helpful to advertise branch activities on the web site and in monthly flyers." "The bike rack needs upgrading! Would be nice to have a green area outside with reasonable security and comfortable seating." "Please open on Sundays - I get so bored!"
  • 24.
  • 27. Defining the Vision BUILDING/GROUNDS: • Wifi Garden • Repave parking lot • Rotating gallery on landing • Green space for kids and programs • More outdoor seating • Clean parking lot • One-way entrance & exit signs into parking lot • Parking space lines and traffic direction arrows need repainting • More natural light • More security • More greenery & seating outside • More landscaping • Flowers outside • Chalk wall outside
  • 28. Defining the Vision NEIGHBORHOOD: • Work with local schools • More grocery stores • More seating outside • Hold block parties, invite neighbors • Local cultural events, street festivals • More pedestrian friendly on Lorain • Family Dollar benches need work • Trees along Lorain • Work with Variety Theatre to host events • More street life - shops • Better outdoor seating • Bus shelters at W 117th retail (Giant Eagle/Target)
  • 29. Defining the Vision SERVICES: • Longer hours - stay open later • More teen programs • Tutoring • More programs for kids • Adult programming • More youth programs • Open on Sunday • Programs for new immigrants/refugees • More family events • More new DVDs • Stronger wifi connection • Ethnic/multicultural area of collection • Grantwriting classes • More one-on-one with youth • Allow computer use for more than 2 hours • Adult GED classes • Math programs for kids • More Muslim outreach/ programs, more Muslim books • Multiethnic section with displays • Handouts/display showing services in neighborhood for any given day (free lunches, etc) • Open house to explain opportunities/services • Schedules for public transit at front desk
  • 31. Branch(ing) Conversations INTERNAL / BUILDING POSITIVES + • Quiet • Orderly - kids well-behaved • Online pickup • Nice front windows onto Lorain • Rules enforced • Good size • Bright inside - good lighting • Plenty of computers • Kids' activities • Long lending time • Walrus statue • Accessible meeting room • Classes upstairs • Good kids' area • Free lunches for kids • Sufficient parking • No steps - entrance at grade • Friendly staff • GED classes
  • 32. Branch(ing) Conversations INTERNAL / BUILDING NEGATIVES - • Dark inside • Not colorful enough • 2 hour limit on computers (even when not full) • People go wrong way in parking lot - need signage • Not enough teen programs/ tutoring/YA books/activities • Should offer extra lunches to adults • Opportunities/programs not well-advertised • Hidden - not very visible • Selection limited/small • Nondescript - needs a "facelift" • Upstairs not planned/available space • Not enough security - movies stolen • Outside too plain - needs color, plantings • Hard to see - not great signage • No landscaping/outside area • No self-checkout • Not enough teen activities
  • 33. Branch(ing) Conversations EXTERNAL / NEIGHBORHOOD POSITIVES + • Walkable area • Diverse - lots of cultures • Arabic stores • West Side Community Center • Bus access • Immigrant neighborhood • New shops, restaurants • Variety Theatre • Benches on streetscape • Parking lot feels safe • Close to Giant Eagle, Target • Convenient - off freeway
  • 34. Branch(ing) Conversations EXTERNAL / NEIGHBORHOOD NEGATIVES - • Messy outside - on sidewalks, parking lot • Perceptions of crime/muggings • Noisy outside • Hard to cross Lorain - not enough crosswalks • Trees in middle of sidewalk block access • Parking area needs better lighting • Buses don't run reliably / often enough • Halloran Park needs improvements • No great walkable shopping strip
  • 35. Summary: Recommendations 1. Explore allowing upstairs to become a quiet reading room (when not in use)
  • 36. Summary: Recommendations 1. Explore allowing upstairs to become a quiet reading room (when not in use) 2. Find opportunities for more natural light on interior
  • 37. Summary: Recommendations 1. Explore allowing upstairs to become a quiet reading room (when not in use) 2. Find opportunities for more natural light on interior 3. Reuse landing space for unique programming
  • 38. Summary: Recommendations 1. Explore allowing upstairs to become a quiet reading room (when not in use) 2. Find opportunities for more natural light on interior 3. Reuse landing space for unique programming 4. Find opportunities for outdoor seating, landscaping, and colorful lighting
  • 39. Summary: Recommendations 1. Explore allowing upstairs to become a quiet reading room (when not in use) 2. Find opportunities for more natural light on interior 3. Reuse landing space for unique programming 4. Find opportunities for outdoor seating, landscaping, and colorful lighting 5. Improve signage on building exterior to draw attention
  • 40. Summary: Recommendations 1. Explore allowing upstairs to become a quiet reading room (when not in use) 2. Find opportunities for more natural light on interior 3. Reuse landing space for unique programming 4. Find opportunities for outdoor seating, landscaping, and colorful lighting 5. Improve signage on building exterior to draw attention 6. Improve bike rack
  • 41. Summary: Recommendations 1. Explore allowing upstairs to become a quiet reading room (when not in use) 2. Find opportunities for more natural light on interior 3. Reuse landing space for unique programming 4. Find opportunities for outdoor seating, landscaping, and colorful lighting 5. Improve signage on building exterior to draw attention 6. Improve bike rack 7. Work with parking lot owner to install directional signage, improve paving condition, improve lighting
  • 42. Summary: Recommendations 1. Explore allowing upstairs to become a quiet reading room (when not in use) 2. Find opportunities for more natural light on interior 3. Reuse landing space for unique programming 4. Find opportunities for outdoor seating, landscaping, and colorful lighting 5. Improve signage on building exterior to draw attention 6. Improve bike rack 7. Work with parking lot owner to install directional signage, improve paving condition, improve lighting 8. Redevelop Lorain Ave streetscape in front of library
  • 43. Summary: Recommendations 1. Explore allowing upstairs to become a quiet reading room (when not in use) 2. Find opportunities for more natural light on interior 3. Reuse landing space for unique programming 4. Find opportunities for outdoor seating, landscaping, and colorful lighting 5. Improve signage on building exterior to draw attention 6. Improve bike rack 7. Work with parking lot owner to install directional signage, improve paving condition, improve lighting 8. Redevelop Lorain Ave streetscape in front of library 9. Improve information display, both paper and digital
  • 44. Summary: Recommendations 1. Explore allowing upstairs to become a quiet reading room (when not in use) 2. Find opportunities for more natural light on interior 3. Reuse landing space for unique programming 4. Find opportunities for outdoor seating, landscaping, and colorful lighting 5. Improve signage on building exterior to draw attention 6. Improve bike rack 7. Work with parking lot owner to install directional signage, improve paving condition, improve lighting 8. Redevelop Lorain Ave streetscape in front of library 9. Improve information display, both paper and digital 10. Highlight local diversity through multicultural displays & talks
  • 45. Summary: Recommendations 1. Explore allowing upstairs to become a quiet reading room (when not in use) 2. Find opportunities for more natural light on interior 3. Reuse landing space for unique programming 4. Find opportunities for outdoor seating, landscaping, and colorful lighting 5. Improve signage on building exterior to draw attention 6. Improve bike rack 7. Work with parking lot owner to install directional signage, improve paving condition, improve lighting 8. Redevelop Lorain Ave streetscape in front of library 9. Improve information display, both paper and digital 10. Highlight local diversity through multicultural displays & talks 11. Explore staying open later, or alternative forms of after-hours access
  • 46. Summary: Recommendations 1. Explore allowing upstairs to become a quiet reading room (when not in use) 2. Find opportunities for more natural light on interior 3. Reuse landing space for unique programming 4. Find opportunities for outdoor seating, landscaping, and colorful lighting 5. Improve signage on building exterior to draw attention 6. Improve bike rack 7. Work with parking lot owner to install directional signage, improve paving condition, improve lighting 8. Redevelop Lorain Ave streetscape in front of library 9. Improve information display, both paper and digital 10. Highlight local diversity through multicultural displays & talks 11. Explore staying open later, or alternative forms of after-hours access 12. Encourage collaborative programming in conjunction with the Variety Theatre, local arts programs
  • 48. Æc Æc Æc Æc Æc Æc Æc Æc Æc Æc Æc Æc Æc Æc Æc Æc Æc Æc Æc Æc Æc Æc Æc Æc Æc Æc Æc Æc ÆcÆc RiceWalz South Hough Fleet Union Fulton Lorain Eastman Addison Rockport East 131 Sterling Brooklyn Woodland Jefferson West Park Glenville Collinwood Harvard-Lee Mt. Pleasant Main Library Carnegie West Garden Valley South Brooklyn Langston Hughes Memorial-Nottingham Martin Luther King, Jr. CPL SERVICE AREAS WITH BRANCH LOCATIONS 2014 Prepared by: Knowledge Office ADO November 19, 2014 Source: NODIS Service Area | 27 CPL Branches + Main library + Public Admin. + Ohio Library for the Blind & P.D.
  • 49. Service Area | Eastman Branch Æc Æc Æc Æc Æc Æc Æc Æc Æc Æc ÆcÆc Walz S Fulton Lorain Eastman Rockport B West Park Carneg Sout Brooklyn Branch County Library Lakewood Library
  • 50. WOODLAND 00% 20%10 40%20 60%30 80% 40 100% WEST PARK 0 0% 20% 10 40% 20 60% 30 80% 100% WALZ 0 0% 20% 10 40% 20 60% 30 80% 40 100% UNIO N 0 0% 20% 10 40% 20 60% 30 80% 40 100% STERLING 0 0% 20% 10 40% 20 60% 80% 30 100% SOUTHBROOKLYN 0 10 SOUTH 0 0% 20% 10 40% 20 60% 80% 30 100% ROCKPORT 0 0% 20% 10 40% 20 60% 80% 30 100% RICE 0 0% 20%10 40%20 60%30 80%40 100% MOUNTPLEASANT 0 0% 20% 10 40% 20 60% 30 80% 100% MLK 0 0% 10 20% 20 40% 30 60% 40 80% 50 100% M EM O RIAL NO TTING HAM 0 0% 20% 10 40% 20 60%80% 30 100% MAIN LIBRARY 0% 0 10 20 10% 30 40 50 20% 60 70 30% 80 90 100 40% 110 120 130 50% 140 150 60% 160 170 180 70%190 200 210 80% 220 230 90% 240 250 260 100% LORAIN 0 0% 20% 10 40% 20 60% 30 80% 100% LANGSTON HUGHES 0 0% 20% 10 40% 20 60% 30 80% 40 100% JEFFERSO N 0 10 20 HOUGH 0 0% 20% 10 40% 20 60% 30 80% 40 100% HARVARDLEE 0 0% 20% 10 40% 20 60% 80% 30 100% GLENVILLE 0 0% 20% 10 40% 20 60% 80% 30100% GARDENVALLEY 0 10 20 30 FULTON 0 10 20 FLEET 0 10 20 EASTMAN 0 0% 10 20% 20 40% 30 60% 40 80% 50 100% EAST131 0 0% 10 20% 20 40% 30 60% 40 80% 50 100% COLLINWOOD 0 0%20% 10 40% 20 60%80% 30 100% 0 0% 20% 10 40% 20 60% 80% 30 100% BROOKLYN 0 10 20 ADDISON 0 10 20 CARNEGIE WEST WEST PARK WALZ ROCKPORT MAIN LIBRARY LORAIN EASTMAN 0 0% 10 20% 20 40% 30 60% 40 80% 50 Eastman Branch Use
  • 53. Interior | tech centers at CPL TechCentral, Downtown Main Branch TechEast, Fleet Main Branch
  • 54. 1. How important is it to be able to check out TABLETS / LAPTOPS? 1. Not important 2. Somewhat 3. Moderately 4. Important 5. Very important
  • 55. 2. How important is it to have LOUNGE SEATING AREAS? 1. Not important 2. Somewhat 3. Moderately 4. Important 5. Very important Plainsboro Public Library, New JerseyPrinceton University Library, New Jersey
  • 56. 3. How important is it to have a LAPTOP BAR/LOUNGE AREA? 1. Not important 2. Somewhat 3. Moderately 4. Important 5. Very important
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  • 59. Add a Flexible "Teen Room"
  • 60. 4. How important is it add a FLEXIBLE "TEEN ROOM" downstairs? 1. Not important 2. Somewhat 3. Moderately 4. Important 5. Very important
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  • 63. Add a Back Window
  • 64. 5. How important is it add a BACK WINDOW? 1. Not important 2. Somewhat 3. Moderately 4. Important 5. Very important
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  • 70. 6. How important is it to add a GALLERY? 1. Not important 2. Somewhat 3. Moderately 4. Important 5. Very important
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  • 75. 7. How important is it to ADD SEATING for a "Wifi Garden" at the Front Entry? 1. Not important 2. Somewhat 3. Moderately 4. Important 5. Very important
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  • 79. 8. How important is it to IMPROVE THE BACK ENTRANCE with lighting, seating, bike racks? 1. Not important 2. Somewhat 3. Moderately 4. Important 5. Very important
  • 84. 9. What is your preference for improving the SIDE WALL? 1. Just signage/lighting 2. Mural Arts Program 3. Green Wall 4. Keep as-is
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  • 87. Nearby projects | Variety Theatre Revitalization
  • 88. Nearby projects | Variety Village Streetscape Plan - 2011 Variety Village Streetscape Plan Concepts for reinvesting in a vibrant, active, pedestrian friendly commercial district Variety Village / Westown Neighborhood Cleveland, Ohio December 2011 WESTOWN Community Development Corporation
  • 89. The images below depict sites throughout the Eastern Commercial District reinvestment zone where opportunities exist to alter the streetscape experience to bring a stronger sense of place to Variety Village. The comments are reflective of discussions that were held with Westtown, the City of Cleveland and NOACA through the process of understanding the existing streetscape conditions during neighborhood tours. Identify opportunities for “outdoor rooms” at key points 26’ Sidewalk 8’ Walking Path Empty tree pits do not help to soften the streetscape Benches are getting worn out and are in need of upkeep 12’ Walking Path Enhance heavily used transit stops to build neighborhood identity 117th and Lorain bus stop is one of the most used stops within Variety Village Street trees provide an attractive environment for pedestrians, but require upkeep Auto and pedestrian areas blend together Landscaping shields an outdoor supply yard Develop a standardized treatment of parking lot / sidewalk transitions 6
  • 90. Reinvesting in Streetscape – Defining Opportunities Combine Redundant Utility Poles Stamped Concrete Crosswalks Business Directory Signage – Information Kiosk Eliminate Unused / Oversized Curb Cuts Prioritize Bus Stop Enhancement Locations Parking Lot Screening New On-Street Parking Spaces Priority “Outdoor Room” / Gathering Spaces Public Art – Utilize Blank Wall Surfaces Public Art – Neighborhood Gateway Market Expanded Planters and Landscaping W C E Key Plan Eastern Commercial District Identifying opportunities for streetscape enhancements within the Eastern Commercial District focus on the creation of further softening the sidewalk environment through enhanced landscaping and the creation of public gathering spaces at primary activity nodes such as the Library and West 117th Street bus stop. The extension and combination of existing planters are used to define smaller spaces within the wider sidewalks, further defined by public art opportunities. Lorain Avenue 16
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  • 95. 10. How important is it to IMPROVE THE STREETSCAPE with lighting, seating, banners? 1. Not important 2. Somewhat 3. Moderately 4. Important 5. Very important
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  • 99. 11. How important is it to IMPROVE INFORMATION DISPLAY, both paper and digital? 1. Not important 2. Somewhat 3. Moderately 4. Important 5. Very important
  • 100. 12. How important is it to create a MULTICULTURAL AREA with changing features? 1. Not important 2. Somewhat 3. Moderately 4. Important 5. Very important
  • 101. Monday 10:00-7:00 Tuesday 10:00-7:00 Wednesday 10:00-6:00 Thursday 10:00-7:00 Friday 10:00-6:00 Saturday 10:00-6:00 Sunday Closed Eastman Library Hours | Current
  • 102. 13. If library hours were extended, which option would you prefer? a. Open earlier on Mon, Tues, Wed, or Thur b. Open earlier on Fri or Sat c. Open later on Mon, Tues, Wed, or Thur d. Open later on Fri or Sat e. Open Sundays Monday 10:00-7:00 Tuesday 10:00-7:00 Wednesday 10:00-6:00 Thursday 10:00-7:00 Friday 10:00-6:00 Saturday 10:00-6:00 Sunday Closed Eastman Library Hours | Current
  • 104. 14. If you'd like, please list: one type of event/program you would like Eastman to provide (ex. foreign-language readings, author signings, gardening talks, tai chi, etc) PLUS one community partner who could help facilitate (ex. rec center, local school, etc.) that event/program ENCOURAGE LOCAL PARTNERSHIPS & PROGRAMMING