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West Park Branch
May 18, 2017
Public Meeting #2
Agenda
May 18, 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
West Park Branch building.
This Community Vision Plan is the public
engagement process to create a plan.
•	There is no budget set for the West Park 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
Kamm's Corners Stakeholder Meeting
Open House at Branch
Focus Group
Survey Feedback
West PARK:
56
TOTAL
SURVEYS:
616
"Please list the name of the CPL facility
you identify as your local branch."
Survey Feedback : West Park
Survey Feedback : West Park
Q: Please offer 3 words that best
capture your vision for the CPL
experience in your area by 2019.
Survey Feedback : West Park
Survey Feedback : West Park
Q: If you could suggest an additional
resource for your local branch, what
would it be?
•	 Open on Sundays, evenings
•	 3D printer
•	 Senior-focused activities
•	 Accessible services for disabled people
•	 Teen room
•	 Study corrals
•	 Study classes for children
•	 More parking
•	 Drive-up book drop
•	 Special programs for seniors living with Alzheimer's and their 			
	caregivers
•	 Larger DVD collection
Survey Feedback : West Park
Survey Feedback : West Park
"Please fix the crumbling
bricks around the entrance
and the book return. .. First
impression is a library/
community that doesn't care."
"Return the West Park
Library to its pre-1978
condition!"
"More adult supervision
is needed for children at
library - the noise level is
very disturbing."
"Improvements without
accessibility are useless
to many members of the
community."
Open House Feedback
Mapping Assets
Defining the Vision
RELEVANT:
•	 Sports/Activity Sections
•	 Teen Room
•	 More adult programs
•	 After school poetry team
•	 More kids programming
•	 After work / after school chess club
•	 After school classes
•	 More teen clubs
•	 Have a dab club
•	 Outdoor chess club for all
•	 More movies for teens
Defining the Vision
ACCESSIBLE:
•	 More electrical plugs
•	 More parking!
•	 Laptop checkouts
•	 Elevator to meeting rooms
•	 No late fees
•	 More computers
•	 Stronger wifi connection in & around branch
•	 Reopen the original entrance!
•	 More tables at the back room by the windows
Defining the Vision
DESTINATION:
•	 Kids' book club
•	 After school poetry program for teens
•	 Larger sign on Lorain
•	 Outdoor reading area
•	 Better school lunch food
•	 Better outside lighting
•	 More reading programs, especially on non-school 		
	days
BRANCH(ING)CONVERSATIONS
INTERNAL
CPL&BRANCH
POSITIVES NEGATIVES
EXTERNAL
NEIGHBORHOOD
Branch(ing) Conversations
INTERNAL / BUILDING
POSITIVES +
•	 Great computer access
•	 Quiet- good for working
•	 Historic architecture
•	 Staff is helpful / kind
•	 Lots of space
•	 Large book/movie collection
•	 Bright inside - nice windows
•	 Good variety
•	 Fireplace in kids' area
•	 Meeting rooms are large
•	 Close, convenient
•	 All-ages activities
•	 Easy to get here from school
•	 Long lending time
•	 School lunch program
•	 Lots of options for seating
•	 Online requests/pickup
•	 Staff is personal
•	 Benches outside - opportunity
•	 Within biking distance
•	 Virtual reality tech
•	 Good book selection
•	 Good research tools - 			
	 computers, staff
•	 Security guards wait with kids 	
	 for parent pick-ups
•	 Cool events in meeting rooms
•	 Old windows - make building 	
	 look historic, serious
Branch(ing) Conversations
INTERNAL / BUILDING
NEGATIVES -
•	 Entrance ramp difficult to use
•	 Not enough computers
•	 Not enough tables
•	 NOT ENOUGH PARKING
•	 Meeting rooms not accessible
•	 No electrical outlets
•	 Building not modern
•	 Reading garden not maintained
•	 Not open late enough
•	 Not long enough time on 			
	computers
•	 Lots of staff transition lately
•	 Not enough advanced computer 	
	courses
•	 Not enough communication about	
	 events, opportunities, resources
•	 Bike rack falling apart
•	 Dated bookshelves
•	 Dark outside
•	 Wifi too weak
•	 Not enough "fun" events
•	 Not enough tables or places to sit,	
	 especially after school
•	 Not enough movies
•	 Not enough adult programming
•	 Not open later for community 		
	events
•	 Meeting rooms underused - bad 	
	 lighting, unattractive
•	 No teen area
•	 Not diverse enough kids' 			
	 programs - nothing for middle 		
	 grades & teens
Branch(ing) Conversations
EXTERNAL / NEIGHBORHOOD
POSITIVES +
•	 Fire department nearby (+ one 		
	 on Rocky River)
•	 YMCA down Lorain - 	 	 	
	 opportunity 	for consolidating?
•	 Lot across street - parking 		
	 opportunity?
•	 Albino squirrel lives around branch
•	 Quiet, family-oriented
•	 Good shopping variety
•	 Kingdom Hall
•	 Feel safe walking here
•	 School close by
•	 Good access to stores/services
•	 Good houses, older buildings
•	 YMCA down the street
•	 Friendly neighborhood
•	 Stores in area "look out for kids"
Branch(ing) Conversations
EXTERNAL / NEIGHBORHOOD
NEGATIVES _
•	 Not enough coordination 		
	 with country branches, other 	
	 city branches (esp Lakewood)
•	 Not enough restaurants
•	 Building not visible from 		
	Lorain
•	 Building and surrounding area 	
	dark
•	 Lorain traffic is very fast
•	 Perception of crime, esp. on 	
	Montrose
•	 Sign not very visible from 		
	Lorain
•	 Unsafe to cross Lorain
•	 Not many bus stops along 		
	Lorain
•	 Not enough streetlights
•	 Traffic on Lorain not good for 	
	cyclists
•	 No nice shops in area for 		
	 teens, browsing
Summary: Recommendations
1.	 Find opportunities for expanded parking
Summary: Recommendations
1.	 Find opportunities for expanded parking
2.	 Address ongoing maintenance & upkeep issues
Summary: Recommendations
1.	 Find opportunities for expanded parking
2.	 Address ongoing maintenance & upkeep issues
3.	 Add elevator to make downstairs rooms accessible
Summary: Recommendations
1.	 Find opportunities for expanded parking
2.	 Address ongoing maintenance & upkeep issues
3.	 Add elevator to make downstairs rooms accessible
4.	 Overhaul front entrance and ramp access
Summary: Recommendations
1.	 Find opportunities for expanded parking
2.	 Address ongoing maintenance & upkeep issues
3.	 Add elevator to make downstairs rooms accessible
4.	 Overhaul front entrance and ramp access
5.	 Create a separate space for teens
Summary: Recommendations
1.	 Find opportunities for expanded parking
2.	 Address ongoing maintenance & upkeep issues
3.	 Add elevator to make downstairs rooms accessible
4.	 Overhaul front entrance and ramp access
5.	 Create a separate space for teens
6.	 Explore additional types of seating and study areas
Summary: Recommendations
1.	 Find opportunities for expanded parking
2.	 Address ongoing maintenance & upkeep issues
3.	 Add elevator to make downstairs rooms accessible
4.	 Overhaul front entrance and ramp access
5.	 Create a separate space for teens
6.	 Explore additional types of seating and study areas
7.	 Use "front lawn" area for better signage, landscaping, 	
	 lighting along Lorain Ave
Summary: Recommendations
1.	 Find opportunities for expanded parking
2.	 Address ongoing maintenance & upkeep issues
3.	 Add elevator to make downstairs rooms accessible
4.	 Overhaul front entrance and ramp access
5.	 Create a separate space for teens
6.	 Explore additional types of seating and study areas
7.	 Use "front lawn" area for better signage, landscaping, 	
	 lighting along Lorain Ave
8.	 Pursue collaborations (and perhaps consolidation?) with 	
	YMCA
Summary: Recommendations
1.	 Find opportunities for expanded parking
2.	 Address ongoing maintenance & upkeep issues
3.	 Add elevator to make downstairs rooms accessible
4.	 Overhaul front entrance and ramp access
5.	 Create a separate space for teens
6.	 Explore additional types of seating and study areas
7.	 Use "front lawn" area for better signage, landscaping, 	
	 lighting along Lorain Ave
8.	 Pursue collaborations (and perhaps consolidation?) with 	
	YMCA
9.	 Expand programming and events geared to families and 	
	seniors
Summary: Recommendations
1.	 Find opportunities for expanded parking
2.	 Address ongoing maintenance & upkeep issues
3.	 Add elevator to make downstairs rooms accessible
4.	 Overhaul front entrance and ramp access
5.	 Create a separate space for teens
6.	 Explore additional types of seating and study areas
7.	 Use "front lawn" area for better signage, landscaping, 	
	 lighting along Lorain Ave
8.	 Pursue collaborations (and perhaps consolidation?) with 	
	YMCA
9.	 Expand programming and events geared to families and 	
	seniors	
10.	Explore staying open later on weeknights & on Sundays
DISCUSSION
of DESIGN
ALTERNATIVES
Service Area
West Park
Æc
Æc
Æc
Æc
Æc
Wa
Lora
Eastman
Rockport
West Park
Lakewood
Public Library
Fairview Park
County Branch
Library
CARNEGIE WEST
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
WEST PARK
0
0%
20%
10
40%
20
60%
30
80%
100%
ROCKPORT
MAIN LIBRARY
EASTMAN
West Park 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 an Elevator
4. How important is it to add an ELEVATOR
leading to the lower meeting rooms?
1. Not important 2. Somewhat	 3. Moderately 4. Important 5. Very important
Add a Teen Room
5. How important is it to add on a
TEEN ROOM?
1. Not important 2. Somewhat	 3. Moderately 4. Important 5. Very important
6. How important is it to REDESIGN THE
ENTRANCE with a new ramp/bookdrop?
1. Not important 2. Somewhat	 3. Moderately 4. Important 5. Very important
Original Entrance
Re-open Original Entrance
Re-open Original Entrance
Re-open Original Entrance
Re-open Original Entrance
7. How important is it to REOPEN THE SIDE
ENTRANCE?
1. Not important 2. Somewhat	 3. Moderately 4. Important 5. Very important
CPL
BRANCH
EXPERIENCE
library
property
library
building
library
services
neighborhood
"Front Lawn"
"Front Lawn"
"Front Lawn"
8. How important is it to have a
FRONT PLAZA SPACE?
1. Not important 2. Somewhat	 3. Moderately 4. Important 5. Very important
PEDESTRIAN CUT-THROUGH TO LORAIN
9. How important is it to have a PEDESTRIAN
CUT-THROUGH to Lorain Ave?
1. Not important 2. Somewhat	 3. Moderately 4. Important 5. Very important
CPL
BRANCH
EXPERIENCE
library
building
library
property
neighborhood
library
services
• 100 Senior Apartments
• 40 Townhomes
• 40 Multi-Family Units
• 14 Single-Family Homes
• 47,000s.f. Retail
• 22,000s.f. Office Building
• 4.2 Acres of Public Green
Space
• Multi-Modal Station Connections
• New Playfields
• Expanded YMCA
• Expanded Public Library
• Relocated Post Office
• Community Garden
• City & Neighborhood Gateways
• 4 Enhanced Transit Waiting
Areas
• 4 Enhanced Bus Stop Areas
• Bioretention Basins at Parking Lots
• Pedestrian Streetscape
Improvements
• Landscape Integrated into the Street
• Sharrows along Lorain Avenue
• Community Link to Schools
Uniting Development
and Infrastructure -
A Connected Lorain
Avenue Corridor
BALANCING TRANSPORTATION AND REDEVELOPMENT
Envisioning51
Corridor
10. How important is it to create a
COMMUNITY CAMPUS along Lorain?
1. Not important 2. Somewhat	 3. Moderately 4. Important 5. Very important
EXISTING PARKING
21
PARKING: Shared Parking with Clinic + Gateway in Fence
19
PARKING "MENU":
Create shared parking agreement with next-door
Clinic and build gateway in adjoining fence
# SPACES
+ 25+
mostdifficult/costlyleastdifficult/costly
27
PARKING: Expand Existing Lot into Brick Paving Area
PARKING "MENU":
Create shared parking agreement with next-door
Clinic and build gateway in adjoining fence
Expand existing parking lot into brick paving
area and prioritize for ADA spaces
# SPACES
+ 25+
+ 6
mostdifficult/costlyleastdifficult/costly
21
20
PARKING: Add Additional Parking Lot across Silsby Rd
PARKING "MENU":
Create shared parking agreement with next-door
Clinic and build gateway in adjoining fence
Expand existing parking lot into brick paving
area and prioritize for ADA spaces
Add additional parking lot across Silsby Rd
# SPACES
+ 25+
+ 6
+ 20
mostdifficult/costlyleastdifficult/costly
CONSOLIDATE BRANCH WITH YMCA
PARKING : Relocate Branch to Consolidated YMCA Facility
CONSOLIDATE BRANCH WITH YMCA
+ Synergy with YMCA programming, especially with youth
+ More visible location
+ Crosswalk from Triskett easier for pedestrian/cyclist access
+ Solves parking and maintenance issues of existing building
+ Green space in back for outdoor recreation
- Creates unknown future use for historic Walker & Weeks building
- New facility may have less overall space than existing, given lot constraints
- Significant initial cost if CPL builds
- Lack of site ownership if leasing from YMCA
PARKING "MENU":
Create shared parking agreement with next-door
Clinic and build gateway in adjoining fence
Expand existing parking lot into brick paving
area and prioritize for ADA spaces
Add additional parking lot across Silsby Rd
Relocate branch to new consolidated YMCA 	
facility
# SPACES
+ 25+
+ 6
+ 20
+ 25+
mostdifficult/costlyleastdifficult/costly11.
CPL
BRANCH
EXPERIENCE
library
building
library
property
library
services
neighborhood
KAMM’S CORNER
WEST PARK
22
49
75
86
86
86
83
83
83
Kamm’s Corner
Farmers Market
Friendly Food Mart
Mark’s Store
Newton D. Baker School
of Arts Elementry
Our Lady of Angels
St. Joseph Acadamy
West Park
Community Elemetry
Garfield Elementry
John Marshal
High School
Kamm’s Corner
Development Corporation
West Park Family YMCA
Bethany English
Luthren Church
Kingdom Hall
of Jehovas Witness
Mashiach Btorah
Our Lady of Angels
Congregation of
St. Joseph
Drakefield Park
Fairview Hospital
K-Mart
Kamm’s Corner
Commercial Coridoor
Kamm’s Plaza
48
KEY
LIBRARY
SCHOOL
PARK/RECREATION CENTER
COMMUNITY ORGANIZATION
HOUSE OF WORSHIP
HOSPITAL
RETAIL DESTINATION
15 MIN WALKING RADIUS
BUS ROUTES
GROCERY/FOOD RETAILER
1
LIGHT RAIL STATION
West Park
Puritas
15 MINUTE WALK
15 MINUTE WALK
15
M
INUTEW
ALK
15M
INUTEWALK15MINUTEWALK
15 MINUTE WALK
15 M
INUTEW
ALK
15 MINUTEWALK
15MINUTEWALK
15MINUTEWALK
15MINUTEWALK
ROCKYRIV
W.150thS.
140thST.
71
LORAIN AVE.
TRISKE
Supplemental Locations
Supplemental Locations | literary "hotspots"
Supplemental Locations | Kiosks
Supplemental Locations | Mobile Services
12. If feasible, which supplemental service
option do you prefer?
1. Digital Hotspots	 	 2. Stationary Kiosks			 3. Mobile Services
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
West Park 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
West Park Library Hours | Current
ENCOURAGE LOCAL PARTNERSHIPS & PROGRAMMING
14. If you'd like, please list:
one type of event/program you would like
West Park 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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West Park Branch Community Vision Plan Feedback

  • 1. West Park Branch May 18, 2017 Public Meeting #2
  • 2. Agenda May 18, 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 West Park Branch building. This Community Vision Plan is the public engagement process to create a plan. • There is no budget set for the West Park 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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  • 16. Survey Feedback West PARK: 56 TOTAL SURVEYS: 616 "Please list the name of the CPL facility you identify as your local branch."
  • 17. Survey Feedback : West Park
  • 18. Survey Feedback : West Park
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  • 20. Q: Please offer 3 words that best capture your vision for the CPL experience in your area by 2019. Survey Feedback : West Park
  • 21. Survey Feedback : West Park
  • 22. Q: If you could suggest an additional resource for your local branch, what would it be? • Open on Sundays, evenings • 3D printer • Senior-focused activities • Accessible services for disabled people • Teen room • Study corrals • Study classes for children • More parking • Drive-up book drop • Special programs for seniors living with Alzheimer's and their caregivers • Larger DVD collection Survey Feedback : West Park
  • 23. Survey Feedback : West Park "Please fix the crumbling bricks around the entrance and the book return. .. First impression is a library/ community that doesn't care." "Return the West Park Library to its pre-1978 condition!" "More adult supervision is needed for children at library - the noise level is very disturbing." "Improvements without accessibility are useless to many members of the community."
  • 26. Defining the Vision RELEVANT: • Sports/Activity Sections • Teen Room • More adult programs • After school poetry team • More kids programming • After work / after school chess club • After school classes • More teen clubs • Have a dab club • Outdoor chess club for all • More movies for teens
  • 27. Defining the Vision ACCESSIBLE: • More electrical plugs • More parking! • Laptop checkouts • Elevator to meeting rooms • No late fees • More computers • Stronger wifi connection in & around branch • Reopen the original entrance! • More tables at the back room by the windows
  • 28. Defining the Vision DESTINATION: • Kids' book club • After school poetry program for teens • Larger sign on Lorain • Outdoor reading area • Better school lunch food • Better outside lighting • More reading programs, especially on non-school days
  • 30. Branch(ing) Conversations INTERNAL / BUILDING POSITIVES + • Great computer access • Quiet- good for working • Historic architecture • Staff is helpful / kind • Lots of space • Large book/movie collection • Bright inside - nice windows • Good variety • Fireplace in kids' area • Meeting rooms are large • Close, convenient • All-ages activities • Easy to get here from school • Long lending time • School lunch program • Lots of options for seating • Online requests/pickup • Staff is personal • Benches outside - opportunity • Within biking distance • Virtual reality tech • Good book selection • Good research tools - computers, staff • Security guards wait with kids for parent pick-ups • Cool events in meeting rooms • Old windows - make building look historic, serious
  • 31. Branch(ing) Conversations INTERNAL / BUILDING NEGATIVES - • Entrance ramp difficult to use • Not enough computers • Not enough tables • NOT ENOUGH PARKING • Meeting rooms not accessible • No electrical outlets • Building not modern • Reading garden not maintained • Not open late enough • Not long enough time on computers • Lots of staff transition lately • Not enough advanced computer courses • Not enough communication about events, opportunities, resources • Bike rack falling apart • Dated bookshelves • Dark outside • Wifi too weak • Not enough "fun" events • Not enough tables or places to sit, especially after school • Not enough movies • Not enough adult programming • Not open later for community events • Meeting rooms underused - bad lighting, unattractive • No teen area • Not diverse enough kids' programs - nothing for middle grades & teens
  • 32. Branch(ing) Conversations EXTERNAL / NEIGHBORHOOD POSITIVES + • Fire department nearby (+ one on Rocky River) • YMCA down Lorain - opportunity for consolidating? • Lot across street - parking opportunity? • Albino squirrel lives around branch • Quiet, family-oriented • Good shopping variety • Kingdom Hall • Feel safe walking here • School close by • Good access to stores/services • Good houses, older buildings • YMCA down the street • Friendly neighborhood • Stores in area "look out for kids"
  • 33. Branch(ing) Conversations EXTERNAL / NEIGHBORHOOD NEGATIVES _ • Not enough coordination with country branches, other city branches (esp Lakewood) • Not enough restaurants • Building not visible from Lorain • Building and surrounding area dark • Lorain traffic is very fast • Perception of crime, esp. on Montrose • Sign not very visible from Lorain • Unsafe to cross Lorain • Not many bus stops along Lorain • Not enough streetlights • Traffic on Lorain not good for cyclists • No nice shops in area for teens, browsing
  • 34. Summary: Recommendations 1. Find opportunities for expanded parking
  • 35. Summary: Recommendations 1. Find opportunities for expanded parking 2. Address ongoing maintenance & upkeep issues
  • 36. Summary: Recommendations 1. Find opportunities for expanded parking 2. Address ongoing maintenance & upkeep issues 3. Add elevator to make downstairs rooms accessible
  • 37. Summary: Recommendations 1. Find opportunities for expanded parking 2. Address ongoing maintenance & upkeep issues 3. Add elevator to make downstairs rooms accessible 4. Overhaul front entrance and ramp access
  • 38. Summary: Recommendations 1. Find opportunities for expanded parking 2. Address ongoing maintenance & upkeep issues 3. Add elevator to make downstairs rooms accessible 4. Overhaul front entrance and ramp access 5. Create a separate space for teens
  • 39. Summary: Recommendations 1. Find opportunities for expanded parking 2. Address ongoing maintenance & upkeep issues 3. Add elevator to make downstairs rooms accessible 4. Overhaul front entrance and ramp access 5. Create a separate space for teens 6. Explore additional types of seating and study areas
  • 40. Summary: Recommendations 1. Find opportunities for expanded parking 2. Address ongoing maintenance & upkeep issues 3. Add elevator to make downstairs rooms accessible 4. Overhaul front entrance and ramp access 5. Create a separate space for teens 6. Explore additional types of seating and study areas 7. Use "front lawn" area for better signage, landscaping, lighting along Lorain Ave
  • 41. Summary: Recommendations 1. Find opportunities for expanded parking 2. Address ongoing maintenance & upkeep issues 3. Add elevator to make downstairs rooms accessible 4. Overhaul front entrance and ramp access 5. Create a separate space for teens 6. Explore additional types of seating and study areas 7. Use "front lawn" area for better signage, landscaping, lighting along Lorain Ave 8. Pursue collaborations (and perhaps consolidation?) with YMCA
  • 42. Summary: Recommendations 1. Find opportunities for expanded parking 2. Address ongoing maintenance & upkeep issues 3. Add elevator to make downstairs rooms accessible 4. Overhaul front entrance and ramp access 5. Create a separate space for teens 6. Explore additional types of seating and study areas 7. Use "front lawn" area for better signage, landscaping, lighting along Lorain Ave 8. Pursue collaborations (and perhaps consolidation?) with YMCA 9. Expand programming and events geared to families and seniors
  • 43. Summary: Recommendations 1. Find opportunities for expanded parking 2. Address ongoing maintenance & upkeep issues 3. Add elevator to make downstairs rooms accessible 4. Overhaul front entrance and ramp access 5. Create a separate space for teens 6. Explore additional types of seating and study areas 7. Use "front lawn" area for better signage, landscaping, lighting along Lorain Ave 8. Pursue collaborations (and perhaps consolidation?) with YMCA 9. Expand programming and events geared to families and seniors 10. Explore staying open later on weeknights & on Sundays
  • 45. Service Area West Park Æc Æc Æc Æc Æc Wa Lora Eastman Rockport West Park Lakewood Public Library Fairview Park County Branch Library
  • 46. CARNEGIE WEST 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 WEST PARK 0 0% 20% 10 40% 20 60% 30 80% 100% ROCKPORT MAIN LIBRARY EASTMAN West Park branch use
  • 49. Interior | tech centers at CPL TechCentral, Downtown Main Branch TechEast, Fleet Main Branch
  • 50. 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
  • 51. 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
  • 52. 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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  • 57. 4. How important is it to add an ELEVATOR leading to the lower meeting rooms? 1. Not important 2. Somewhat 3. Moderately 4. Important 5. Very important
  • 58. Add a Teen Room
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  • 60. 5. How important is it to add on a TEEN ROOM? 1. Not important 2. Somewhat 3. Moderately 4. Important 5. Very important
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  • 63. 6. How important is it to REDESIGN THE ENTRANCE with a new ramp/bookdrop? 1. Not important 2. Somewhat 3. Moderately 4. Important 5. Very important
  • 69. 7. How important is it to REOPEN THE SIDE ENTRANCE? 1. Not important 2. Somewhat 3. Moderately 4. Important 5. Very important
  • 74. 8. How important is it to have a FRONT PLAZA SPACE? 1. Not important 2. Somewhat 3. Moderately 4. Important 5. Very important
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  • 77. 9. How important is it to have a PEDESTRIAN CUT-THROUGH to Lorain Ave? 1. Not important 2. Somewhat 3. Moderately 4. Important 5. Very important
  • 79. • 100 Senior Apartments • 40 Townhomes • 40 Multi-Family Units • 14 Single-Family Homes • 47,000s.f. Retail • 22,000s.f. Office Building • 4.2 Acres of Public Green Space • Multi-Modal Station Connections • New Playfields • Expanded YMCA • Expanded Public Library • Relocated Post Office • Community Garden • City & Neighborhood Gateways • 4 Enhanced Transit Waiting Areas • 4 Enhanced Bus Stop Areas • Bioretention Basins at Parking Lots • Pedestrian Streetscape Improvements • Landscape Integrated into the Street • Sharrows along Lorain Avenue • Community Link to Schools Uniting Development and Infrastructure - A Connected Lorain Avenue Corridor BALANCING TRANSPORTATION AND REDEVELOPMENT Envisioning51
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  • 84. 10. How important is it to create a COMMUNITY CAMPUS along Lorain? 1. Not important 2. Somewhat 3. Moderately 4. Important 5. Very important
  • 86. PARKING: Shared Parking with Clinic + Gateway in Fence 19
  • 87. PARKING "MENU": Create shared parking agreement with next-door Clinic and build gateway in adjoining fence # SPACES + 25+ mostdifficult/costlyleastdifficult/costly
  • 88. 27 PARKING: Expand Existing Lot into Brick Paving Area
  • 89. PARKING "MENU": Create shared parking agreement with next-door Clinic and build gateway in adjoining fence Expand existing parking lot into brick paving area and prioritize for ADA spaces # SPACES + 25+ + 6 mostdifficult/costlyleastdifficult/costly
  • 90. 21 20 PARKING: Add Additional Parking Lot across Silsby Rd
  • 91. PARKING "MENU": Create shared parking agreement with next-door Clinic and build gateway in adjoining fence Expand existing parking lot into brick paving area and prioritize for ADA spaces Add additional parking lot across Silsby Rd # SPACES + 25+ + 6 + 20 mostdifficult/costlyleastdifficult/costly
  • 93. PARKING : Relocate Branch to Consolidated YMCA Facility CONSOLIDATE BRANCH WITH YMCA + Synergy with YMCA programming, especially with youth + More visible location + Crosswalk from Triskett easier for pedestrian/cyclist access + Solves parking and maintenance issues of existing building + Green space in back for outdoor recreation - Creates unknown future use for historic Walker & Weeks building - New facility may have less overall space than existing, given lot constraints - Significant initial cost if CPL builds - Lack of site ownership if leasing from YMCA
  • 94. PARKING "MENU": Create shared parking agreement with next-door Clinic and build gateway in adjoining fence Expand existing parking lot into brick paving area and prioritize for ADA spaces Add additional parking lot across Silsby Rd Relocate branch to new consolidated YMCA facility # SPACES + 25+ + 6 + 20 + 25+ mostdifficult/costlyleastdifficult/costly11.
  • 96. KAMM’S CORNER WEST PARK 22 49 75 86 86 86 83 83 83 Kamm’s Corner Farmers Market Friendly Food Mart Mark’s Store Newton D. Baker School of Arts Elementry Our Lady of Angels St. Joseph Acadamy West Park Community Elemetry Garfield Elementry John Marshal High School Kamm’s Corner Development Corporation West Park Family YMCA Bethany English Luthren Church Kingdom Hall of Jehovas Witness Mashiach Btorah Our Lady of Angels Congregation of St. Joseph Drakefield Park Fairview Hospital K-Mart Kamm’s Corner Commercial Coridoor Kamm’s Plaza 48 KEY LIBRARY SCHOOL PARK/RECREATION CENTER COMMUNITY ORGANIZATION HOUSE OF WORSHIP HOSPITAL RETAIL DESTINATION 15 MIN WALKING RADIUS BUS ROUTES GROCERY/FOOD RETAILER 1 LIGHT RAIL STATION West Park Puritas 15 MINUTE WALK 15 MINUTE WALK 15 M INUTEW ALK 15M INUTEWALK15MINUTEWALK 15 MINUTE WALK 15 M INUTEW ALK 15 MINUTEWALK 15MINUTEWALK 15MINUTEWALK 15MINUTEWALK ROCKYRIV W.150thS. 140thST. 71 LORAIN AVE. TRISKE Supplemental Locations
  • 97. Supplemental Locations | literary "hotspots"
  • 99. Supplemental Locations | Mobile Services
  • 100. 12. If feasible, which supplemental service option do you prefer? 1. Digital Hotspots 2. Stationary Kiosks 3. Mobile Services
  • 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 West Park 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 West Park Library Hours | Current
  • 104. 14. If you'd like, please list: one type of event/program you would like West Park 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