Montgomery County Public Libraries will reopen its Germantown branch on Saturday, Oct. 16.
The branch was closed on April 24 for renovations as part of the library refresh program. County officials say the refreshed Germantown library “includes new ergonomic sit-stand circulation and information desks; renovation of the public restrooms; new paint, carpet and other floor finishes; new furniture throughout most of the library; upgraded lighting with improved energy efficient and brighter LED lamps; drinking fountain with bottle filling station; new shelving in teen area; new interior signage and exterior building name sign; sound attenuation acoustic panels in the rotunda; new VOIP phone system; and ADA accessibility upgrades throughout.”
.@MontCoExec invites @MontgomeryCoMD residents to a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Saturday, 10/16 at 10 a.m. to celebrate the grand reopening of the newly refreshed #Germantown Library. Read more about the reopening on the MCPL blog: https://t.co/7VhEC2eip3 pic.twitter.com/DIjMmjT2ZI
— mcpl_Libraries (@MCPL_Libraries) October 4, 2021
To celebrate its reopening, County Executive Marc Elrich invites the public to attend a ribbon-cutting ceremony at 10 a.m. Oct. 16 at Germantown Library, located at 19840 Century Boulevard.
For more information about the renovated Germantown Library branch, click here.
Photos of the refresh project courtesy Montgomery County government: