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Posted on: April 10, 2018

Little Free Libraries

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City Council approved the implementation of the Little Free Library Book Exchange Program as part of the 2018 fiscal year goal plan. While the goal proposal called for two Little Free Libraries to be established in Huffman and Rosie's Parks, interest in this project by the community has been overwhelmingly positive, with residents and groups interested in building and locating Little Free Libraries throughout the City. With that in mind, guidelines have been established. Those interested in having a Little Free Library installed in a City Park or other location should contact the Library Director, who will meet with DPS staff on logistics. DPS staff will be responsible for installation. Materials guidelines are available, along with a disclaimer. The resident or group will be responsible for maintaining the Little Free Library, and will need to provide the Library Director with a representative contact number. A file will be maintained of Little Free Libraries throughout the City, along with the signed and witnessed disclaimers, and the contact information associated with each. Hard copies of the Little Free Libraries informational packet are available at the Library. 

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