OLMSTED FALLS, Ohio — Cuyahoga County Public Library Saturday held a grand opening celebration for the new Olmsted Falls library branch.
The 6,000-square-foot building features a full-service drive-up window, community meeting spaces and new and improved space for children and teens. There are more than 20 public computers — which is triple what the old facility had — and a wider selection of books, DVDs, CDs and other items.
The branch is part of the library’s facilities master plan.
“We’ve involved them in thinking and dreaming about what they’d like to see and helping us plan for the day when we’d cut this ribbon,” said Sari Feldman, executive director of Cuyahoga County Public Library. “They’ve been watching this building be built. It’s right next to city hall, so I think everyone was really geared up for this opening day.”
For more on the new branch, including hours, click here.