CLEVELAND (WJW) — The Cleveland Public Library system is continuing to make updates to its buildings, this time with a renovation to the Jefferson Branch in Tremont.
The library celebrated the start of the project with a groundbreaking Saturday morning, as seen in the video player above.
The planned expansion and upgrades will include gender-inclusive restrooms, a larger kid’s area, more meeting rooms, another entrance and even a 24-hour book locker spot. The branch should reopen sometime next year.
Find out more about the library’s continued plan to upgrade its spaces right here.